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Bartlett Policy: A Roundtable on Inequalities in the Built Environment

11:30 am to 2:00 pm, 14 November 2019

Inequality city scape

Event Information

Open to

Invitation Only

Organiser

Bartlett Public Policy Manager

Location

6.02
The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment
22 Gordon Street
London
WC1H 0QB

As the inaugural event for the Bartlett Public Policy programme 2019/20 hosted by the Bartlett Public Policy Board, this roundtable brings together Bartlett staff working on different manifestations of inequality in the built environment with policy professionals to explore this issue together. Exploring the the critical societal challenges on inequality within the built environment, it will ask about our differing conceptions and narratives about inequality, and about the cross over between research and policy in this area. 

Furthermore, participants will consider the recommendations of UCL's project Exploring Inequalities: igniting research to better inform UK policy led by UCL's Grand Challenge of Justice & Equality and UCL Public Policy in collaboration with the Resolution Foundation, particularly how these fit within the context of global challenges to inequality.

The roundtable is invite only, but if you are interested in participating please contact the Bartlett Public Policy Manager Robyn Parker.

This event is part of Bartlett 100, a year-long celebration in 2019 to mark 100 years since the naming of the faculty.