MIRRA one day symposium – book now

This one day symposium should be of interest to all IROs. Recommended by NIROMP:

MIRRA: MEMORY – IDENTITY – RIGHTS IN RECORDS – ACCESS

Date: Thursday 18th July, 9.15am-5.15pm,
Location: UCL Bloomsbury Campus, London
Cost: free

This one-day symposium will explore information rights and responsibilities in child social care records. It is an opportunity to share and debate the findings of MIRRA, the Memory-Identity-Rights in Records-Access research project.

The project is oriented towards the experiences and needs of care-experienced people and is delivered in partnership with the Care Leavers’ Association and with the support of other care and care leaver advocacy organisations including Become and the Rees: The Care Leavers Foundation.

We invite care-experienced people, social care practitioners, information professionals, academic researchers and all those who support children in care to join us. We will launch the project’s participatory record keeping framework for access to child social care records at the event, and throughout the day there will be opportunities to discuss new approaches and recommendations for recording and record keeping practice.

For further information about the MIRRA project, see: Recordkeeping with Love.

Tickets are free and can be ordered via Eventbrite at: MIRRA Symposium: Information Rights in Child Social Care

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