The Living Wage – making a difference!

12th January 2019, 10:44am | By Karen |

Wessex Community Action are hosting a bite size seminar on the 27th January 2019 from 4-5:30pm that looks at how societies with less income inequalities have better health, social and wellbeing outcomes for everyone.

This seminar is for those individuals, charities, organisations and politicians who actively work on poverty issues. The seminar aims to deepen our understanding of the contribution of economic inequality to social wellbeing issues and awareness of various initiatives like the Living wage can contribute to improving the quality of life.

To book you free place: https://www.wessexcommunityaction.org.uk/events/living-wage-in-wiltshire/

 

 

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