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04.Nov.2015 to 05.Nov.2015
Two Days
Event type: 

Children in Scotland Annual Conference 2015

In partnership with Social Work Scotland and Glasgow City Council

As Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow is a city of contrasts. It is a hugely ambitious city which has been successful in attracting world class events, investment and business. However, its challenges in addressing deprivation, health and inequality are well documented.

Despite these challenges and decreasing resources across areas of Scotland, children are continually placed at the centre. Considering the threat of further austerity measures, how do we ensure outcomes for children and young people do not suffer in Scotland?

The Children in Scotland Annual Conference 2015 will focus on best practice, partnership working and current research across key areas including: Child Protection, Childcare and Early Education, Health and Social Care and Education and Attainment.

The Children in Scotland annual conference, in partnership with Social Work Scotland and Glasgow City Council, offers a unique opportunity to:

- meet and collaborate with policy-makers, practitioners and experts from across the sector;

- share ideas and knowledge;

- Instigate positive change in the lives of Scotland’s children.

With more than 30 workshop and study visit opportunities over the two days, this is one event you should attend. Be part of the debate, improve your practice and achieve our aspirations for all Scotland’s children and young people.

Read the reviews from last year:

“Excellent – a positive, inspiring, enjoyable event. Thank you”

“Lots of super information and an excellent chance to network with colleagues and other agencies”

“Just to say thank you very much for the opportunity. It’s fantastic to see so many professionals come together for a greater good – our children and our country – thank you”

“Overall what an excellent use of two days which feel difficult to spare. Topics were all right on current issues”




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