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It's Our Community 3.0: Young People & Families
Too often social care doesn’t work for young people and it doesn’t work for families. We don’t support families in the right way and too many of our young people are growing cut-off from love and community and subject to unnecessary harm and stifled dreams. We are caught in a cycle of careless care.

The third in a series of quick-fire conferences exploring a progressive vision for social care, this event focuses on what a progressive social care system for young people and families would look like.

Speakers include:
Molly & Clare - PFG Doncaster
Kathy Evans - Children England
Annalisa Toccara - Adoptee Futures
Katrina Robson - Love Barrow Families
Cormac Russell - Nurture Together
Tim Keilty - N...
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