Australian Red Cross, NCCARF Vulnerable Communities Network (VCN), University of Central Queensland and the Victorian Council of Social Service are pleased to present the Climate change, homelessness and housing forum to be hosted at Red Cross, 23-47 Villiers Street, North Melbourne from 9.30 – 4.30 on Tuesday 18 October. Bookings for this forum are strictly limited.
Climate change related impacts are on the rise and will disproportionately impact some of our most vulnerable community members, including people facing homelessness and/or living in poor quality housing. We are bringing together practitioners, researchers, advocates, and policy-makers to introduce and develop thinking on the intersection of climate change, social disadvantage, homelessness and poor quality housing, with a view to initiating strategies for building community resilience.
Toby Kent – Chief Resilience Officer, Melbourne
Kate Colvin - Council to Homeless Persons Victoria
Assistant Professor Marc Settembrino - Southern Louisiana University
Dr Philippa Watson - University of Tasmania
Dr Danielle Every - UCQueensland
Barney Wilson - City of Melbourne Greg Hunt - South East Councils Climate Change Alliance Australian Red Cross Settlement Services
If you have any access requirements in order to participate in this event please call 03 9235 1000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org