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Project Inclusion will be hosting an event in partnership with the Department for Work & Pensions

Project Inclusion will be hosting a showcase event, in partnership with the Department for Work & Pensions and Mastercard, that will enable will enable payments providers to understand more about the challenges DWP face in supporting financial inclusion and for DWP officials to learn about the solutions technology offer in addressing the issues posed by financial and digital exclusion. The event will host around 50 DWP officials, including Baroness Buscombe (Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Department of Work & Pensions), and will be focused on financially inclusive payments innovation – led by Ian Newton from the DWP.

To find out more about the work of Project Inclusion, please contact thomas.connelly@emergingpayments.org.

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