CSAN Conference: The Catholic Response to the Poverty Crisis
12 Jun 2013 - 13 Jun 2013 -
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
St Mary’s University College
Lord David Alton
Archbishop Vincent Nichols
From £50 per person
This year’s CSAN Residential Conference will focus on the vital debate of how the Church should be addressing the Poverty Crisis.
We will address this issue from various perspectives throughout the course of the event including from a Political, Economic and Theological perspective, as well as the Caritas response.
The key note speaker will be Lord David Alton and the mass will be celebrated by Archbishop Vincent Nichols.
Key highlights of the programme include two exciting panel debates involving Mark Hoban MP, Minister of State for Employment; Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP, Shadow Minister of State for Employment; Colin Bloom, Executive Director of the Conservative Christian Fellowship; Rob Flello MP, Shadow Justice Minister; Edward Leigh MP and Frances O’Grady, TUC General Secretary. There will also be an evening reception and celebration dinner with entertainment from the SAFE Gorton Project, a social enterprise which is part of the work of CSAN member organisation Caritas Diocese of Salford.
The day rate cost of the conference is £50 pp which excludes the celebration dinner and accommodation. The cost of the full conference includes 1 night accommodation, celebration dinner, breakfast and 2 lunches and starts from £110 pp.
To view the flyer click Conference Flyer 2013
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To register or for more information please email Alison Potter at Alison.Potter@csan.org.uk or phone 020 7633 4970