Birmingham Financial Inclusion Partnership and the Centre for Household Assets and Savings Management (CHASM) at the University of Birmingham co-hosted a summit on problem and harmful gambling in Birmingham on 27th February 2019.
This summit has led to the creation of a taskforce to take forward the outcomes of this event – to assist in developing a strategy for Birmingham on addressing problem and harmful gambling that has such an adverse affect on so many people’s lives in the city.
To see more of the underlying research undertaken by CHASM on Problem Gambling in Birmingham – see –
To see further detail of the work done by the Birmingham Financial Inclusion Partnership see –
To see more of the work done by CHASM see –