Tuesday 28th April
Smith Institute and CASE special seminar
Poverty in Suburbia – ‘the American experience’
Part of the CASE Social Exclusion Seminar Series
Speakers: Alan Berube, Senior Fellow and Deputy Director of the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program; Paul Hunter, Head of Research at the Smith Institute; and Ruth Lupton, Professor of Education at the University of Manchester
Chair: Professor Anne Power, Professor of Social Policy, LSE
The seminar will explore the what, why and wherefore of suburban poverty and what it means for social and housing policy. Alan Berube will talk about his report: Confronting Suburban Poverty. Paul Hunter and Ruth Lupton will respond from a UK perspective.. Paul Hunter and Ruth Lupton will respond from a UK perspective.
: 16.30-18.00 followed by a reception
Floor Conference Room, 32 Lincoln’s Inn Fields (32L 1.04)
The event is free but booking is essential
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