Date: 8th November 2023
Time: 10.30am to 4.30pm
Place: Norton Park Conference Centre Hall Edinburgh 57 Albion Road Edinburgh EH7 5QY
Who it’s for: People with experience of mental health issues
How to book: contact Azra (firstname.lastname@example.org or 07436 102 762)
CAPS’ Lothian Voices collective advocacy group warmly invite you to this year’s People’s Conference. It is by and for people with their own lived experience of mental health issues. This year the topic is the housing crisis in Lothian with the conference titled: “What makes a house a home?”
It will be from 10.30am until 4.30pm at Norton Park Conference Centre on Wednesday 8th of November.
Attending the conference is completely free and includes a free lunch. We will collectively discuss questions about the housing crisis’ impact on people and their mental health. There will be an interactive zine-making workshop focusing on the housing crisis topic.
After reflecting on our findings during the day, we will come together to write an open letter to Paul McLennan, who is the Scottish Minister for Housing, about what we need from housing and what changes we want to see.
If you’d like to attend this event, please register by contacting Azra at email@example.com or 07436102762. Please also let Azra know your dietary and/or access requirements, and if you would like to request any assistance to get to the venue.
For more information or to book a place contact Azra (firstname.lastname@example.org or 07436 102 762). Find out more about the People’s Conference in this blog from Azra.