CELCIS 2015 conference: Travelling together
Topic: Corporate parenting, International, Legislation, Looked after at home, Residential care, Throughcare and aftercare, Voices of young people
The CELCIS National Conference, a key event in the children's sector calendar which provides an opportuntiy for everyone working with and for children and young people to debate and discuss some of the big issues for the sector.
CELCIS 2015: Travelling together
Held in Glasgow on 7 October 2015, the conference was a great success.
We heard from lots of contributors on the new Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014, and how we can work together to improve the lives of our most vulnerable children and young people. We also examined the opportunities and potential challenges it brings and the tools to help us manage these changes.
Weren't able to join us for CELCIS 2015?
Check out this video to get a flavour of what we were talking about.
Dr Melissa Van Dyke: Scotland's new National Expert Advisor on Implementation
Melissa comes to CELCIS from the National Implementation Research Network at the University of North Carolina. Her arrival is crucial within the current context of what we face with public service reforms, financial austerity and cuts in service delivery.
Dr Melissa Van Dyke keynote presentation
Melissa's inspiring presentation about how we in Scotland can learn from the evidence in America to effectively implement positive and sustained change for our most vulnerable children.
Share some excellent examples of organisations and individuals working together to improve the lives of Scotland's most vulnerable children
Ellisse Davidson, Jo West, Joey Margiotti and Kirst Howell from Balnacraig School and WEB Perth
Discuss how they worked together with young people to create an imaginative film about the dangers of drugs.