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Conference: Tackling Broken Britain, Building A Stronger Society (Manchester)

Tackling Broken Britain: Building a Stronger Society

22nd May 2012, Manchester Conference Centre

      • What are the real reasons for the riots that erupted across Britain in August 2011, and how can such things be prevented from happening in the future?
      • The riots can be seen as a watershed moment for social policy, leading to the abandonment of ineffectual short-termism and a wider acceptance of the need for intelligent solutions.
      • Are you dedicated to to building strong, socially and economically resilient communities.
      • Is your organisation working to make the UK a better and fairer society?

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Confirmed Speakers Include

Christian Guy – Director of Policy, Centre for Social Justice

Robin Millar – Programme Director, Centre for Social Justice

Oliver Newton – Head, Raising Participation Unit, Department for Education,Department of Education

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The Prime Minister has recently allocated £400m of funding to fund a national network of local authority teams to identify and support families with multiple problems. Led by a new Troubled Families Team in the Department for Communities and local government, this programme will focus on early intervention and prevention, working with charities and private sector organisations to help 120,000 troubled families.

Delegates will have the chance to challenge, discuss and debate the key issues and gain relevant insight applicable to their professional roles which they can embed within their organisations and improve services.



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