Free online event, 16:30, Wed 02 Feb PAST EVENT
Hear from young people and sector professionals on the importance of family support and the experiences of minority ethnic families seeking support.
This event is for anyone who works in or alongside the family support sector, from national and local government, public services, community services, or any other groups involved in providing or referring families for support, as well as parents and young people themselves.
- EIF introduction & welcome
- Race Equality Foundation presentation
- Young people panel: young people’s perspectives on barriers, experiences and outcomes of family support
- Practitioner panel: sector-level perspectives on barriers, experiences and outcomes of family support
- Closing comments
- Jo Casebourne, chief executive, Early Intervention Foundation
- Jabeer Butt, chief executive, Race Equality Foundation
- Louise Thomas, co-founder, Break Comms
- Nimal Jude, head of practice development, What Works for Children’s Social Care
- Kathleen Roche-Nagi, managing director, Approachable Parenting
- Abi Miranda, head of early years, Anna Freud Centre for Children and Families
- Joe Lane, head of policy and research, Action for Children