Wednesday 29th May, arrive 6.30pm for 7pm start
PCS, 160 Falcon Road, London, SW11 2LN (Rm 4.4)
The latest StopWatch report, 'Viewed with Suspicion: the Human Cost of Stop and Search' will be launched at a public meeting on 29th May. In addition to viewing the film and hearing the latest research, participants will be able to share their experiences of stop and search with an invited audience of policy makers, including representatives from the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) and Met Police.
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Runnymede's Head of Policy Research will be speaking at this event on financial inclusion.
The day will cover the following topics:
- What is financial exclusion?
- Why is it important to develop financial sustainability within families and for individuals?
- The role and importance of banks in promoting financial inclusion and offering products to support this, and
- Clamping down on loan sharks and illegal lenders