Young people's voices - achieving a win-win outcome with young people
The University's Lifelong Learning Centre is running a one-off open seminar exploring ways to develop a win-win situation when working with children and young people.
The seminar, which will be chaired by Paul Forbes OBE, includes a session run by Joyce Thacker, the Strategic Director for Children and Young People's Services at Rotherham Council on exploring young people's voices and another run by Liz Jones and Peter Laurence from the Brigshaw Co-operative Trust which looks at community engagement.
The seminar, which is free to attend and open to anyone with an interest in this topic, will be held:
On: Tuesday 7 February
In: Seminar room 1.08, Parkinson Building
It has been organised to create opportunities for engagement with alumni, professional practitioners and the wider public. It is one of a series designed to explore current policy, practice and research in relation to the different programmes delivered by the Lifelong Learning Centre.
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