Masterclass A: DV
Masterclass: Child Protection and Domestic Abuse: Rethinking Practice with Prof. Kate Morris and Prof. Bríd Featherstone
This masterclass will draw on an extensive change project undertaken with over 30 Local Authorities in England examining the nature and impact of current responses to families where DVA is a concern and families are living with domestic violence, leading to a child protection intervention. It will explore the experiences of women, children and men and how these raise serious questions for policymakers and practitioners. Alternative approaches will be explored alongside an opportunity for participants to reflect on their own local policies and practices, and messages from recent research.
This event is supported by the Irish Association of Social Workers and the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth. This event is a not-for-profit event.
|Date and time:||Thursday 26th October 2023. Registration: 9am. Start: 9.30 am. End: 12.30. Light lunch: 12.45|
|Facilitators:||Professor Kate Morris, University of Huddersfield - biography
Professor Brid Featherstone, University of Sheffield - biography
|Venue:||Kingsley Hotel, Carrigrohane Road, Cork, T12 P680, Ireland|
€50 Delegate fee
*** limited places available ***
|What's included?||Light lunch, parking, and attendance at this Masterclass|
|Terms & conditions||
This event is supported by the Irish Association of Social Workers and the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth. This is a not-for-profit CPD activity.