Child Protection Conference III – Consolidation

The Transparency Project is pleased to offer its support for the third multi-disciplinary Child Protection Conference to be held at the University of the West of England on June 9th.

Previous events have asked the questions – is the child protection system fit for purpose? And if not, what can we do about it?

The event of June 9th will look at ‘consolidation’ – what have we been able to achieve since our first event in 2015? What more do we need to do?

Speakers will include Dr Lauren Devine, Lucy Reed, Surviving Safeguarding and Sarah Phillimore.

Please visit the Transparency Project site for more details about timetable and speakers.

Tickets are £32.45 to cover catering, printing costs and the EventBrite fee.

There will be 10 FREE tickets available for those in financial hardship, please contact info@transparencyproject.org.uk

Any profit made from the event will be donated to the Transparency Project

PLEASE READ THE GROUND RULES BEFORE BUYING YOUR TICKET. PURCHASE OF A TICKET WILL BE TAKEN TO MEAN YOU HAVE READ AND AGREE TO ABIDE BY THE GROUND RULES

You can buy your ticket via Eventbrite here.

5 thoughts on “Child Protection Conference III – Consolidation

  1. Maggie Mellon, British Association of Social workers; Vice Chair says:-

    http://www.communitycare.co.uk/2016/02/19/parents

    [balance of comment edited – too long, repetitive, covered elsewhere a hundred times before]

  2. See what I mean about gagging???????????????

    • No Ian, not gagging. I edited your comment because you’ve posted it about a gazillion times before on this blog (and those comments remain) and its really, really BORING. And as I’ve pointed out before you have your own blog and are free to comment there.

  3. But perrhaps you could take a little bit of notice of Sir James Munby (President of the family court)

    Lately, Munby has repeated calls for urgent action to address the needs of children and vulnerable witnesses in family proceedings. Rules and practice directions recommended by a working group he set up two years ago were still not in place.

    Munby said he did not want to have to start 2018 with a further call to action, adding that there was ’depressingly little to show for over two years’ hard pounding’.

    Or would you gag him too??????????????

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