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Debt on Teesside: Pathways to Financial Inclusion

 
How do households get hooked into a spiral of debt caused by high cost credit and what can be done about it? How can we support and develop credit unions and other community-based low cost lenders?
  • 12:30 Lunch, Wolfson Street, Wolfson Building
  • 13:00 Welcome, Sarah Banks
  • 13:05 Keynote Speaker, Damon Gibbons
  • 13:30 Research findings, mentoring toolkit. Sarah Banks, Tracey Herrington
  • 14:00 Video, campaign and charter. Grassroots testimony. Greg Brown, Damon Gibbons
  • 14:30 Panel discussion
  • 14:50 Open discussion
  • 15:15 Closing remarks and next steps
  • 15:30 Close

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  • Date21 Oct 2013
  • AddressF009, Wolfson Research Institute
    Durham University, Queen's Campus
    Stockton-on-Tees
    TS17 6BH
 
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