Jodie Anderson and Nick Bano have been invited to speak at RebLaw 2017, a conference which aims to bring together lawyers, activists and students determined to use the law for the benefit of marginalised communities and individuals.

Jodie will be speaking about her work for the charity Refugees at Home, as part of a session about making refugees welcome in the UK.  Refugees at Home pairs those with spare rooms with asylum seekers and refugees in need of accommodation.

Nick will be speaking on the ‘Housing rights after Grenfell’ panel alongside Focus E15 Campaign and Black Activists Rising Against Cuts.

The conference will take place at the University of Law’s Moorgate campus on 11th November 2017.  Tickets, which cost £10, can be booked here and you can read about the conference in Legal Voice.