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SFHA 47th Annual General Meeting (AGM)
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When

Wed, 28 Sep from
10:00 to 11:00 (BST)

Where

Cost

From FREE

SFHA members are invited to attend the federation's 47th AGM.

The event will start at 10:00.

This year, we will be focusing on the cost of living crisis, the impact on our tenants, the role of social housing in addressing this crisis and what more can be done.

We are delighted to confirm our speaker will be Chris Birt, Associate Director for Scotland at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. 

Our AGM business will start at 10.30 with a welcome from SFHA's Chair, Helen Forsyth.

Please note the AGM is open to all SFHA members, however only Member Representatives of member housing associations are entitled to vote at General Meetings.

In order to ensure the AGM is quorate SFHA would encourage Member Representatives to attend. 

Please complete this online form to update your member representative.

If you would like to know who is currently listed as your member representative or if you have any issues with the online form, please contact Nicola Adams, SFHA Executive Assistant: nadams@sfha.co.uk

Costs

This event is for SFHA members only.

Member Price FREE

Speakers

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Chris Birt
JRF

Chris is Associate Director for Scotland at JRF.

The Scotland team focuses on finding solutions to poverty in Scotland and amplifying the voices of people experiencing poverty. JRF believe we can solve poverty through good work, more affordable housing and a stronger social security system.

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They work with partners across the public, private and third sectors to advocate for solutions that will loosen poverty’s grip on people in Scotland, and to inspire more people to understand it and take action to solve it.

Prior to joining JRF, Chris worked for the Scottish Government, latterly as head of the First Minister’s Policy and Delivery Unit. He was formerly a government lawyer, working principally on NHS and social care law.

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