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Past Webinars

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Upcoming webinars filtered by subject: Welfare, Communities, Family, Faith and Social Justice

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Implementing the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in Scotland: What will it mean for your organisation?

This webinar explores the legal and service delivery implications for all Scottish public authorities of the implementation of the United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child into Scottish law. It will examine how public sector bodies - and anyone undertaking functions or providing services to children with public money - can meet the challenge of acting compatibly with the incorporated UNCRC requirements, reflecting them in their day to day running, culture and practices.

Thu 3rd Jun 2021

Scotland’s third sector and COVID recovery: How do we build back better?

This webinar will explore the critical role of Scotland’s third sector in supporting communities, public services and the economy as they grapple with the task of delivering recovery from the COVID pandemic. It will discuss the strategic importance of third sector activities in all aspects of Scottish life, the centrality of clarity in leadership and funding within and for the sector and the prospective role and challenges for the sector in helping to deliver recovery and aiming to ‘build back better’.

Tue 1st Jun 2021

Delivering Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Scotland’s Public, Private and Third Sectors

This webinar explores how the need to deliver equality, diversity and inclusion in Scotland’s public, private and Third sector organisations can be met, the challenges which need to be overcome to ensure that diversity is properly reflected in leadership and governance structures and the steps which must be taken to ensure that these ambitions are also reflected in the day to day running, culture and practices of organisations in all three sectors.

Thu 27th May 2021

Planning, Place, Housing and Resilient Communities: Making planning choices as though we were going to have to live with them

This webinar will discuss how the planning process can be shaped to deliver place making, achieve sustainability in terms of climate and public health and promote successful economic and transport outcomes. It will also consider issues such as multi-generational living, use of vacant and derelict land, fuel poverty, retrofitting and issues which have emerged in relation to affordable housing in particular during the coronavirus epidemic.

Fri 19th Feb 2021

Coronavirus, Care of Older People and Future Care: What have we learned?

This webinar will discuss both the experience of caring for older people during coronavirus to date and the lessons to be drawn from that experience for future ‘new normal’.

Fri 23rd Oct 2020

Supporting Hard To Reach Children In Hard Times

This webinar will discuss how coronavirus has impacted upon the ability to work with and support hard to reach children and young people, the need to recognise the nature and scale of the impact of coronavirus upon the the mental health challenge we face and what we have learned about trying to support the hardest to reach in hard times and in the times ahead.

Fri 18th Sep 2020

Children's Rights: Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the impact on children’s rights

This seminar will be led by Tam Baillie, former Scotland Commissioner for Children and Young People. It will help service providers better understand their obligations in terms of children’s rights and is suitable for anyone responsible for children and young people including carers, staff responsible for the delivery of services to children and families, managers responsible for allocating resources for children and young people, policy makers at all levels and senior managers directing policy and resources.

Wed 5th Jun 2019

Glasgow

Brodies - Glasgow

Children’s Rights: The fundamental importance of right to rest, leisure, play and cultural activities

This seminar will be led by Tam Baillie, former Scotland Commissioner for Children and Young People. It will help service providers better understand their obligations in terms of children’s rights and is suitable for anyone responsible for children and young people including carers, staff responsible for the delivery of services to children and families, managers responsible for allocating resources for children and young people, policy makers at all levels and senior managers directing policy and resources.

Thu 2nd May 2019

Brodies LLP - Edinburgh

Children's Rights: What have rights got to do with the early years?

This seminar will be led by Tam Baillie, former Scotland Commissioner for Children and Young People. It will help service providers better understand their obligations in terms of children’s rights and is suitable for anyone responsible for children and young people including carers, staff responsible for the delivery of services to children and families, managers responsible for allocating resources for children and young people, policy makers at all levels and senior managers directing policy and resources.

Thu 2nd May 2019

Brodies LLP - Edinburgh

Educational Attainment and Children's Rights

This seminar will be led by Tam Baillie, former Scotland Commissioner for Children and Young People. It will explain the why using children's rights to help deliver higher attainment matters and will discuss practical ways to do so. Children’s rights are at the heart of securing improvements in attainment because evidence shows that one of the characteristics of high performing schools in poor areas is the sense of agency and participation pupils can exert within their learning environment.

Tue 16th Jan 2018

Brodies LLP - Edinburgh

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