Past events

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The Value of Children, Young People and Families Infrastructure in London

Date: 24 June 2015
Location: Guildhall, London, EC2V 7HH
Organiser: Children England

This first joint Engage London – CYP Together event brings together funders in London with network members to discuss current needs, challenges and opportunities for local infrastructure organisations in their work on children, young people and families.  Children, young people and families are one of London Funders key priorities and this will be a great opportunity to explore the value of local infrastructure together.

CORC More than just a Number: Using outcome measures to improve emotional

Date: 19 June 2015
Location: Voluntary Action, Islington, 200a Pentonville Road, London, N1 9JP
Organiser: Voluntary Action Islington

NDNA Nursery Conference 2015

Date: 11 June 2015
Location: Coventry
Organiser: NDNA

In two, action-packed days, you'll take away advice on how you can really make a difference in your setting; learn about what's next for Ofsted and put your burning questions to the Childcare Minister. We'll also hear the inspirational story of Sarah Lomas, about overcoming incredible adversity and living a full and rewarding life

Next steps for supporting adopted children and children in care, and improving transitions for care leavers

Date: 04 June 2015
Location: Central London
Organiser: Westminster Education Forum

Free Shared Parental Leave breakfast seminar with Flow Caritas

Date: 28 April 2015
Location: London
Organiser: Family and Childcare Trust

This April has seen the start of one of the biggest changes to family working policy in recent years. This is the introduction of Shared Parental Leave, which allows both mothers and fathers to take time off following the birth or adoption of a child.

Successful Intervention: Giving Children and Families the Best Chance in Life

Date: 24 March 2015
Location: Newtonabbey, Northern Ireland
Organiser: Family Links

Parenting across Scotland 2015 Conference - Creating Loving Relationships

Date: 12 March 2015
Location: West Park Conference Centre, Dundee.
Organiser: Parenting across Scotland

The PAS 2015 conference, Creating Loving Relationships, is focusing on relationships. Increasingly, the importance of relationships within families is being recognised. Children don't come alone. They come as part of a family, with complex and intersecting relationships. We need to recognise this, and to support the whole family. Being a parent isn't so much a job as a relationship; in fact, a whole set of interacting relationships. Like all relationships, being a parent has its good times and its bad times, and most families will have times when they need some help. It's important then that the relationships between families and professionals are nurturing, and help families to forge loving relationships within the family.

Understanding the needs of offenders’ families conference - NoOffence!

Date: 04 March 2015
Location: 4th Floor, 54 St James Street, Liverpool, L1 0AB
Organiser: NoOffence! in partnership with POPS

All our conferences are delivered in various regions across the UK but with a National focus, they are relevant for delegates from across the country.    
        
The expanded Troubled Families (TF) programme has ambitious service transformation goals and will work with a broader range of multiple problems. Moving forward, the TF programme will extend to a further 400,000 families with a budget of £200m in 2015/16 and will include families with a parent in prison and on community orders. 

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