2023 marks Engineers Against Poverty’s 25th Anniversary and we’re celebrating with a free hybrid event in London and online on Thursday 16th November from 2pm-6pm followed by a drinks reception.
Over the past 25 years, EAP has established itself as a leader in infrastructure delivery and its links to poverty reduction, good governance and labour rights. Our work has helped improve the lives of thousands of people around the world, it has saved hundreds of millions of pounds of public money, created new opportunities for women in engineering and technology and improved the efficiency of scores of public institutions.
During our anniversary event, we’ll reflect on some of our work and successes with high profile speakers, while discussing topics, such as the SDGs and poverty; the importance of governance and gender and social inclusion.
We’ll also be launching a vital new report, Building Resilience Through Participation, sponsored by the Institution of Civil Engineers, on climate and resilience.
Whether you’re a longstanding supporter, or you’re new to our work, we’d love for you to join us. This event is recommended to all with an interest in infrastructure, governance and poverty reduction.
This event will be hybrid with the option for people to join in-person or online. Only a limited number of tickets are available for those wishing to join in-person so please register early to secure your place. Details of speakers, the full agenda and information about accessibility will be published soon.