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Participation Network Event

Thursday 22 April 2021

Theme: Trauma responsive participation

For the Participation Network's second online event of 2021, we will be welcoming The Catalysts, a group of individuals with experience of care, steering Staf's Project Return, who have the aim of creating trauma recovery resources based on nurturing environments and supportive relationships.

The group, made up of young people and professionals, is working together to change the care system's view and understanding of trauma. They also work with young people in care, supporting them to realise their potential and move on from their own trauma.

As always, the Participation Network will provide a safe space for us to share our experiences of participation, before and during the pandemic, and we'll have space to have a discussion around what we need to consider as we transition out of lockdown. What were the challenges, what worked well, and what new ways of working can we keep?

Is it for me?

If you work with children and young people and your role has a focus on participative practice, or you're just interested in participation, this is for you! You'll be joining alongside Champions Boards, established participation groups and young people already involved in solid participatory and co-production projects.

For more information on the Participation Network, get in touch with Rosie Moore at rosanna.moore@strath.ac.uk.

You can register to attend below and we look forward to (virtually!) seeing you soon!

Event details

When: Thurs 22 April
Where: Online event
Cost: Free
Time: 13.00 - 15.00

Contact Organiser


Michelle McCue
celcis.learning@strath.ac.uk

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