Homelessness Monitor Wales 2021 launch event 

Homelessness Monitor Wales 2021 launch event  
Date: Thursday 9 December 
Time: 10.45 – 12.00 
Online 

Crisis is joining forces with Cymorth Cymru to launch our latest edition of the Wales Homelessness Monitor, in partnership with Heriot-Watt University, which provides an independent analysis of the homelessness impacts of recent economic and policy developments in Wales and elsewhere in the UK.

This 75-minute virtual session is part of Cymorth Cymru’s annual Homelessness Symposium and is sponsored by Crisis. The session will focus on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and intense policy activity on homelessness in Wales. It will also present new detailed modelling estimates and forward projections of the worst forms of ‘core’ homelessness.

Hosted by Crisis and chaired by CEO Jon Sparkes, the event includes a presentation of findings by Heriot-Watt University, before a Q&A session, featuring a panel with Amelia John, Welsh Government, and Katie Dalton from Cymorth Cymru.

We hope you will join us as we hear the panel’s views on the findings and their implications going forward. If you register for the event, we'll also give you the option to receive a copy of the report.

 

The Cymorth Cymru annual Homelessness Symposium takes place on Thursday 9 December.
You can register to attend by clicking below.   

Register to attend the Homelessness Symposium 2021 event 
 

If you'd like to attend the event and are not registered for Cymorth Cymru’s symposium, you will need to request a guest place at this session. 

Crisis is making guest places available for people with personal experience of homelessness or for people on low incomes who are interested in attending the launch. If you’d like to speak to us about this please email research@crisis.org.uk with your details.  
 
If you're interested in receiving a printed copy of the Homelessness Monitor then please enter a postal address in the form below, either your own or a support service that can receive it on your behalf.  

Enter your details for a printed copy of the Homelessness Monitor 
 
Please do email research@crisis.org.uk if you have any queries. We also welcome any questions you would like to ask during the Q&A in advance, so please feel free to email these to us.