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KC Poverty & Inequality Network Meetings

The next KCPIN Knowledge Cafe previously scheduled for Tuesday 15 November has been cancelled.

New meeting TBC.

Previous KC PIN meetings

KCPIN meeting 21 Jul 2016

An update was provided on the 'Food for Thought' project, followed by a review of the Terms of Reference and brief discussion on scoping ideas for future KCPIN projects. 

Meetings notes

KCPIN roundtable 24 March 2016 

We held a roundtable with KCPIN members, national charities and public health professionals to consult on our current project on food banks. We had a lively and fruitful discussion on our aims, methods and partnership for delivering a local strategy on food poverty. 

Meeting notes

KCPIN meeting 20 January 2016

Following the publication and launch of Renters' Rights, KCPIN reviewed the impact of the campaign, and discussed how to continue lobbying local and national government. Three areas of future work were also consulted on, and it was decided to launch a project addressing hunger poverty in Kensington and Chelsea. 

Meeting notes

KCPIN meeting 8 Sept 2015

Just a few months ahead of our private renting report launch, we discussed our housing report narrative. We also looked ahead and talked about how we can work together to ensure race equality is back on the agenda.

KCPIN meeting 5 May 2015

In this meeting we discussed our elections manifesto and our three priorities for campaigns going forward. On the private rented housing work, we invited suggestions on how best to disseminate the survey and what themes the interviews with participants should cover.

Meeting notes 

KCPIN Meeting 4 Feb 2015

Following the launch of the Poverty and Inequality Network, and the successful consultations with our members on a research theme, we are happy to announce that we having collected our survey findings, it was housing that came out on top as the key priority area for research.

Meeting notes

The launch of KCPIN Knowledge Cafe Oct 2014

On 29 Oct 2014, we re-launched Poverty Watch by the name of KCPIN to move the project forward in a new direction. The network was opened up to the Social Council's entire membership. The meeting took the format of a knowledge cafe. At the meeting we presented three possible research areas that required further attention. Following the meeting we  followed up with a questionnaire to help inform our views.

Meeting notes