I really do not think that there is anything in particular to add to this one. I suppose you could argue that the expenditure involved in bringing together charity bosses and “experts” could be considered worthwhile; given the scale of the homelessness crisis – worthwhile, that is, provided a genuine and provable benefit might be quantified as a result – for the vulnerable people that this conference is supposed to be about.
Sadly, I very much doubt that any particular benefits will accrue for said “vulnerable people” as a result of this extravagant little get together. It seems almost as if we have an entirely divergent species of Homo Sapien developing here, one that regards those who end up slipping and suffering as a result of (frankly) entirely nasty and divisive economic policies as some sort of inferior sub-species.
What comes next?
Answers on a post-card …..
Charity Chief Executives and so-called housing experts are gearing up for this year’s homelessness industry conference which is due to be held at a four star hotel with ticket prices as high as £715!
Next month’s Under One Roof conference is organised by charity umbrella body Homeless Link and provides a chance for homelessness experts to talk about homeless people without any actual homeless people being present. This year’s swanky bash is being held at the Hinckley Island Hotel in Leicestershire where according to Homeless Link “Delegates staying overnight are also entitled to complimentary use of the leisure club facilities, which include a heated indoor swimming pool, fully equipped gym, sauna, spa, steam room and solarium.”
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