Children in Care: Preserving Family Connections? FREE event – 19th September

Forrest Hills, 19th September 2019, 10.00 – 4.45

Free to attend, lunch provided

We are pleased to promote this FREE event which will be chaired by Deborah Woodcock (Operations Director: Family, and Principal Social Worker, Stockport).

EVENT DETAILS

Forrest Hills, 19th September 2019, 10.00 – 4.45

Free to attend, lunch provided

The Centre for Child and Family Justice in partnership with the Nuffield Family Justice Observatory, welcomes Australian colleagues to share new research with a specific focus on children in care and questions of family ties and connections. Members of CFJ will also present highlights from recent projects and research reviews. External policy and practice colleagues are very welcome and should sign up for the event through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/children-in-care-preserving-family-connections-tickets-70603842995

All those attending will receive a copy of the new rapid evidence review on Special Guardianship, published by the Nuffield Family Justice Observatory.

In addition, updates on CFJ upcoming events, Nuffield FJO plans and new research projects will be shared.

You can sign up on Eventbrite using the following link: 

MORE INFORMATION

NIROMP are simply helping to spread the word about this important event and in the hope that IROs and IRO Managers will book a place.

Please email Chris Millan at chris.millan@lancaster.ac.uk if you have any further questions. 

Further information including the draft programme can be found:

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