The Transparency Project are once again involved in a multi-disciplinary conference about the child protection system – entitled “The Child Protection System – Where do we go from here?”.
This conference, is the second held by its organisers and is intended to be a genuine conversation between professionals of different disciplines AND those whose lives the court and child protection system actually affects. It is being held on 3 June in Birmingham and will be More Amazing than Being Bruce Wayne*. The conference will be opened by DJ Gailey, and will involve all sorts of other interesting and challenging speakers and participants (Maggie Siviter, Clare Fenton-Glynn, Dr Lauren Devine, Brid Featherstone, Louise Tickle, Lucy Reed – hopefully some real parents too, as they were so good last year).
Do take a look at the information, circulate it to colleagues and friends, tweet it like crazy and share it on all your weird facebook yahoo google groups – and book a place!
*the author is not responsible for any difference of opinion between us about what constitutes “More Amazing than Being Bruce Wayne” – frankly, I may be overselling it, because he has a butler who is also like a surgeon, his boring day job is dating models – that’s the part of his life that is LESS COOL and that he finds less enjoyable and he (sshhh) is secretly Batman.
Astute blog-readers may have picked up on the fact that I have largely stolen this from Lucy Reed’s post due to pressure of time. Hers had slightly less Batman references, which means that mine is the winner.