This event is aimed at education, health and family support professionals as well as parents/carers of children and young people who have been through abuse, neglect, loss/separation, domestic violence and other adversities in their early life.
EIF’s major national conference brings together people and voices from across the early intervention sector and all levels of government, commissioning and delivery for a day of learning and knowledge-sharing.
Assessing the progress of the Government’s attempts to counter extremism amongst young people, following the introduction of a statutory duty for schools and FE colleges under the Prevent Strategy in September 2015, this seminar will bring together key stakeholders from across the education and local government sectors.
Come to this year’s Maternal Mental Health Scotland conference to hear about national developments in Scotland through talks, workshops and discussion. Have your say on what vision Scotland should have to meet the mental health needs of all pregnant and postnatal women.
UCL's Grand Challenge of Justice and Equality is organising a free Round Table event looking at Labour Market and Working Post Brexit.
This seminar focuses on mental health provision in Wales, including providing appropriate regulation, funding and staffing for mental health care and the quality and ease of access of mental health provision.
We are pleased to invite you to the launch of the final report of our Improving Futures project, funded by Big Lottery. Improving Futures was launched in March 2011 as a key opportunity to drive forward innovation in early intervention support of families across the UK with multiple and complex needs.
This timely seminar will bring together policymakers with stakeholders from across the early years sector, as well as local and central government, to discuss key issues for early years education as preparations are made for the extension of free childcare for three and four year-olds from 15 to 30 hours a week to be rolled out nationally from September 2017.