Below you can find resources used at the Born into Care event held in Manchester on 9th October 2018. 

Thank you to everyone who presented and participated on the day. 

Morning slideshow presentation

Opening address by Sir James Munby, lately President of the Family Division

Slideshows for parallel session A

Thank you to the presenters below: 

  • Fiona Dry, HMP Low Newton
  • Jo Greenway, Coventry Local Authority
  • Tori Joel, Baby Steps

Slideshows for parallel session B

Thank you to the presenters below: 

  • Monika Celebi, Video Interaction Guider
  • Jo Garraway, Salford City Council
  • Mike Hall, Concurrent Planning Service
  • Hannah Shead, Trevi House

Slideshows for parallel session C

Thank you to the presenters below: 

  • Louise Harrington, NSPCC
  • Denise Marshall, Birth Companions
  • Sue Pettigrew, St. Michael's Fellowship
  • Kelly Wilkes, Wesy Sussex County Council

Slideshows for parallel session D

Thank you to the presenters below: 

  • James Cooksey and David Hughes, Walsall Council
  • Jackie Davies and Priti Patel, King's College London
  • Alex Kemp, Cafcass
  • Lucy November, King's College London

Posters

Evaluation form summary

This document contains a summary of the feedback we received for the event. 

Figures are up to date and accurate as of 05/11/18.

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We are pleased to see Sir Andrew McFarlane covering the 'Born into Care' report in his speech at the recent ALC conference: https://t.co/9YGg63Gsq0 @NuffieldFound @researchIP @KarenB_LU @ReesCentre 3 days ago
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The Nuffield FJO, CoramBAAF and the Family Justice Council are to work together to address pressing questions about Special Guardianship https://t.co/Us6GYFbq49 @CoramBAAF @NuffieldFound @Tweets_ALC @ChildFamJustice 2 weeks ago
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Insightful suggestions from Sir Andrew McFarlane at today's ALC Conference. Pleasing to see Born into Care report is stimulating debate about solutions. @ReesCentre @NuffieldFJO @researchIP @FamilyRightsGp @ChildFamJustice https://t.co/rqUzf9TTk3 3 weeks ago

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