#SharethePie at Revisiting Henderson Conference
The Brotherhood of St Laurence together with the Melbourne Institute at The University of Melbourne co-hosted the 'Social Security Reform: Revisiting Henderson, Poverty and Basic Income Conference', on 15 and 16 of February to discuss changes since the landmark Henderson poverty line was established in the 70s.
Trish's story, the Share the Pie film was screened at the Henderson 2018 conference. Follow the official hashtags for the event, #RevisitingHenderson and #SharethePie, to track conversations around the Henderson Conference.
Poverty, inequality and the future of our welfare system led the discussion at #RevisitingHenderson this week. In this podcast, Former Deputy PM Brian Howe revisits Professor Ronald Henderson's seminal work on poverty. #sharethepiehttps://t.co/J0iVsLzfu2 pic.twitter.com/qGXtnjxZCv— Business & Economics (@BusEcoNews) February 16, 2018
Watch Trish's story about the reality of life on the Newstart unemployment benefit at https://t.co/UkrTjeFAkB— Share the Pie! (@SharethePie_AU) February 16, 2018
This film was screened at the Henderson 2018 conference @MelbInstUOM discussing issues of #poverty and #inequality.
#RevisitingHenderson #SharethePie #LifeonNewstart pic.twitter.com/YojWuy8aHV
William #Henderson, son of Ronald Henderson,offers the final words including thanks to Brian and Renata Howe. Congratulations to the presenters and organisers #income #poverty #incomesupport #povertyline #socialsecurity #revisitingHenderson #sharethepie @unimelb @BSL_Library pic.twitter.com/A7uxd2XOwi— Michelle Crawford (@chelleinoz) February 16, 2018