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Free Event: CHANGE: Knowledge Exchange 2019


29/10/2019 09:30




Free member event


About this event

We are delighted to announce the third CHANGE knowledge exchange event for the Lottery Community Fund project. CHANGE (Childcare and Nurture Glasgow East) is a partnership project, led by Children in Scotland, which has been working with communities in the East End of Glasgow since October 2016.

This event will be an opportunity to celebrate the project's achievements and to hear the key findings in relation to providing and accessing childcare in the East of Glasgow. The event will also include interactive sessions and presentations from a range of project partners and others who are working across the children and families sector.

The event is for anyone who has an interest in contributing to a discussion about supporting children and families in the East of Glasgow, and to think about what learning might benefit other areas.

What is it about? 
Over the course of the day we will hear from a range of speakers, many of whom will carry out interactive presentations where participation will be encouraged.

Key learning:

  • Sharing the story of the CHANGE project
  • Hearing from other organisations, with opportunities to network and share examples of good practice
  • Exploring how the learning from CHANGE can be applied in a local, regional or national context
  • Discussions and exercises that will support the development of a call to action on what can be done to support children and families.

We’re expecting contributions from a range of organisations including Children in Scotland, Members of the CHANGE Hub, the Children and Young People’s Improvement Collaborative, Playbusters, Parkhead Youth Project, the Glasgow Centre for Population Health, the team developing A Local Information Service for Scotland and Nigel Denby, Nutritionist.

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