You can now listen to audio recordings of the brilliant presentations, panel discussion and Q&A session that took place at the event on the 6th November.
There are separate files available on Soundcloud (though with variable quality!).
Dr Tracey Jensen (University of East London): Introducing ‘Poverty Porn’ available here
Charlotte McCarthy, (SARF): Analysis of the British Social Attitudes Survey on public attitudes to welfare available here
Bernhard Wagner (Manchester Metropolitan University, PhD student): Public perceptions of ‘People Like Us’ available here
Professor Tracy Shildrick (Leeds University): on the lived realities of low-pay, no-pay Britain available here
Richard Searle: Community resistance to ‘People Like Us’ available here
Panel Discussion and Q&A (Chaired by Amina Lone (SARF); panellists: Professor Rob MacDonald (Teeside University); Dr Imogen Tyler (Lancaster University); Rhian E Jones (journalist and writer); Richard Searle) available here
Or find them all here
You can also view slides on poverty porn, families and welfare from Imogen, Kim and Tracey here