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Events & Conferences

The cost of living crisis leaves no space for kindness 

20th July 2022

9.30am - 4pm

Conwy Business Centre


The cost of living crisis following the pandemic means that health inequalities are continuing to widen significantly. 

We are living in unprecedented times, with more and more people experiencing trauma from health and financial pressures now than ever before. 

How can we work better together to mitigate and minimise this trauma and create the space for kinder and more compassionate organisations and communities as we all work to tackle the cost of living crisis for those we serve? 

In the first 2025 Movement conference since the pandemic hit in 2020, we’ll be exploring the challenge of whether the cost of living crisis leaves space for kindness. 

We hope you can join us. 

Click here to register. 


Tahira Hussain
Tahira is a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, keynote speaker, trainer and motivational wellbeing coach. She finds joy and sanctuary in her work and creative writing.

With extensive experience, she has a 25-year career in mental health, community development and the housing sector. She also has a successful track record in corporate consultancy & training.

Clare Budden
Chair of 2025 and CEO of ClwydAlyn 

Vicky Jones
Deputy Leader, ACE Hub Wales

Ceriann Tunnah
Consultant in Public Health, Public Health Wales

Tegan Brierley-Sollis
Graduate Teaching Assistant and PhD student, Wrexham Glyndwr University 

More speakers to be confirmed shortly.

As well as hearing from our speakers and having a chance to ask questions and get involved in the discussion, there will also be an opportunity to explore 2025's Just Do Team priorities from the people leading this work, as well as other key work taking place across North Wales by Public Health Wales, Wrexham Glyndwr University's Civic Mission and an emerging Good Mental Health Movement. 


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