Tate Liverpool: Rough Justice: A Public Discussion

    Location (with MAP): Tate Liverpool
    Date/Time: 23 January 2018. 2:00pm - 4:30pm
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    ROUGH JUSTICE: A PUBLIC DISCUSSION
    23 JANUARY 2018 AT 14.00–16.30

    As part of State of the NationMuseum of Homelessness will be presenting Frequently Asked Questions, an artwork by Anthony Luvera, that explores the support and services available to homeless people around the UK. Taking Frequently Asked Questions as its basis, Liverpool Salon and Museum of Homelessness are working together to present a public discussion that will explore this broader picture for homelessness in the UK for both Liverpool and beyond.

    This event comes at a time when numbers sleeping rough are rising across the UK. Numbers in Liverpool have seen an increase of almost 20% in people asking for help and advice over homelessness issues since 2010, with more than 6,000 queries last year.

    Featuring a range of contributors, this event will explore different questions relating to homelessness today including housing, support services and societal attitudes.

    The full list of speakers will be announced in due course here