Bristol Poverty Institute Showcase 2022
The Bristol Hotel Prince Street Bristol BS1 4QF
Join us to celebrate and explore poverty-relevant research at the University of Bristol and beyond.
On the afternoon of Thursday 30th June 2022, the Bristol Poverty Institute (BPI) are bringing together friends, colleagues and associates from a range of organisations to showcase, celebrate and explore poverty-relevant research at the University of Bristol and beyond. Join us for an engaging afternoon of presentations, posters and networking opportunities. There will be opportunities to meet with the core BPI team, our Advisory Board Members, and our Research Cluster Leads, as well as our wider research community.
The programme of activities is:
- Refreshments on arrival
- Welcome from Professor Agnes Nairn, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Global Engagement
- Presentation on multidimensional poverty measurement from Professor David Gordon
- Refreshment break and posters
- Presentation on the poverty premium and cost of living crisis from Ms Sara Davies and Mr Jamie Evans
- Presentation on the links between education, poverty and sustainability from Professor Leon Tikly
- Closing remarks from Professor Phil Taylor, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research and Enterprise
- Drinks reception and mingle
We will add more details on our fantastic programme of speakers in due course. If you are a University of Bristol researcher interested in submitting a poster for the event please visit the BPI website for more details.
This event is open to everyone. We hope you can join us for our first in-person event for over two years! The event will take place at The Bristol Hotel in central Bristol, close to the scenic harbourside.
Registration is free via Eventbrite and open to everyone. You can sign up here.
If you have any queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We expect this to be a popular event, so please register early to avoid disappointment. If you register then are no longer able to attend, please cancel your ticket so your place can be released for someone else.
Please be aware that the Bristol Poverty Institute plan to take photographs during the event, which we will share online (including our Twitter feed, website and/or blog). If you are uncomfortable with this, please notify a member of the BPI team on the day and we will endeavour to try and avoid including you in any photographs. Due to the nature of the event we cannot guarantee you won’t be in any images, but we will try and avoid taking photos where you are clearly visible.