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The cost-of-living crisis part 2: the perspective of staff at Citizens Advice Blackpool

9th May @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

12 months on from the publication of their cost-of-living research, Citizens Advice Blackpool will share an update on the experiences of their clients. This time, it will be from the perspective of staff working for the organisation.

12 months ago, Citizens Advice Blackpool shared their research during the cost-of-living crisis. They identified a cycle of persistent poverty. To follow this up, the organisation has spoken to staff about the situation a year later. This has allowed for comparison with the original findings and the development of a deeper understanding of the situation.

In this online lunchtime workshop, Tracy Hopkins, the CEO of Citizens Advice Blackpool, Conal Land, the Research and Campaigns Officer, and Helen Gwilliam, the Research and Campaigns Assistant, are going to share what their staff have told them. This workshop will provide a platform for this research to be shared and discussed.

The workshop is for anyone who wants to understand better how the cost-of-living crisis is impacting on health and wellbeing in the North West region. The workshop will show how the wider determinants of health are being exacerbated in the current economic climate.

Please register here.


9th May
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


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