Evidence shows that resilient communities cope better with, and recover from, crises. How can we form strong and resilient relationships within and between organisations to help us move towards and end to homelessness? How can we ensure that we learn from examples of collective resilience we’ve observed during the pandemic, and how can we build resilience into the system? Join us for a session to wrap up the themes we’ve covered over the week.
Dr Lígia Teixeira is the founding Chief Executive of the Centre for Homelessness Impact.
Streetwise Opera is an award-winning performing arts charity that uses singing and creativity to inspire and empower people recovering from homelessness.
Matt Peacock MBE is the Founder and Director of Arts & Homelessness International
Chloe Deakin is a multi-disciplinary producer, advisor, filmmaker, and engagement specialist.
Dr Mehdi Panahi is an Iranian business owner and political asylum seeker. He has been involved in a number of creative projects in the UK such as Streetwise Opera, Cardboard Citizens, St Munro’s Recovery College and Arts & Homelessness International. He is a volunteer for The Reader.