The Troubled Families Programme has recently been subject to Parliamentary and media debate. This event aims to take stock of the Programme's fortunes.
Timed to follow the Department for Health’s ongoing review of the Bamford Review of Mental Health and Learning Disability - and with the Minister for Health identifying mental health as a key priority for the forthcoming mandate and pledging to be a ‘mental health champion’ - this timely seminar will assess mental health provision in Northern Ireland.
Bringing together policymakers and key stakeholders, delegates at this seminar will consider the future for children’s services - bringing out latest thinking on best practice, collaboration and innovation.
EIF are holding a series of Evidence Seminars across England to set out the findings of ‘Foundations for Life’, EIF’s review of what works to support parent child interaction in the early years.
In light of the Government’s commitment to increased health devolution in England, this timely seminar will bring together policymakers and healthcare professionals to discuss next steps for tackling health inequalities affecting sections of the community and individual communities themselves.
Understanding Society will be hosting a topical debate which discusses the latest issues facing education and skills.
With Government’s plans to spend £1.25 billion on improving children’s mental health services over the next 5 years, this conference will bring together key stakeholders and policymakers to discuss priorities for children’s mental health - including measures to improve provision, commissioning and delivery.
This two-day conference is organised by Centre for Parenting Culture Studies, and the project ‘Parenting Cultures and Risk Management in Plural Norway’ (ParCul), Uni Research Rokkansenteret (Norway).