2018 annual conference of the UEA Centre for Research on Children and Families

Thanks to Jonathan Dickens and the UEA Centre for Resesarch for this warmest of invites to all IROs:

Dear colleague

I am pleased to send you the attached invitation to the 2018 annual conference of the UEA Centre for Research on Children and Families, to be held in London on 22 June 2018.

The topic is ‘Outcomes of care proceedings for children before and after care proceedings reform’, presenting findings from a research study by the universities of Bristol and East Anglia. Please see the attached leaflet for details of the day. We have subsidised the cost from the research grant so that the conference fee is only £20 per person, including lunch and refreshments.

For booking details and ways of paying, please see: https://store.uea.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/faculty-of-social-sciences/centre-for-research-on-children-and-families

It would be a pleasure to see you there; and also, please would you pass on this invitation to other staff in your organisation who may be interested.

We would like a wide audience of people who are involved in this area of work to have the opportunity to hear the findings, discuss them with others and reflect on what they mean for them and their organisation’s work; so we would be very grateful for your help with circulating the news about this event to as many of your colleagues as possible.

Please contact Suzanne Seed, crcf.conferences@uea.ac.uk if you would like any further information.

Thank you.

Best wishes

Jonathan Dickens

Professor Jonathan Dickens,

Head of School of Social Work,

Elizabeth Fry Building,

University of East Anglia,

Norwich NR4 7TJ.

(01603) 593634 

Please note: IROs are invited to register for this event on a first come first serve basis. Places are limited.

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