Britain’s first parent-led Truth Commission looking at children’s social care is holding its next monthly Zoom meeting today, Tuesday 28 March, from 5pm to 6pm.
Attendees can get involved with the work of the commission and ask its members questions about the commission during these calls. As always we’d love you to join us.
This month we’ll be inviting attendees to take part in a Mentimeter session: interactive software which allows guests to share their views about a topic using one word or sentence. That data is then collected by the software in real time, so attendees can see in seconds emerging patterns and trends.
We will also be unveiling our latest project and sharing information about our human rights survey, which received several hundred responses.
During the event you can ask the commission’s lead Michele Simmons, and commission team members Simon Haworth and Natasha Phillips (Researching Reform) questions about the commission’s current projects and share your feedback and suggestions.
We regret that we can’t discuss attendees’ individual cases, as reporting restrictions currently prevent third parties like commissions from talking about cases in a public setting, but we would very much encourage those present to tell the commission how they feel and what they think about the child protection system and the family courts.
Families and children in need of immediate help can access the free support services on your “My Support” page on the commission’s website.
The call will take place today from 5pm to 6pm on Zoom. You can email to attend any time until 5pm.
If you would like to attend the event, please email the team at email@example.com. The team will also give you information about how to access the conference.
Please confirm you would like to attend the event in your message, and let us know if you are a care-experienced child or parent, social care stakeholder, government affiliate, academic, journalist or member of the public.
We look forward to welcoming you.
- Commission website
- Current available guides (Free to read)
- Free Booklet: Children and their families have rights
- Families’ testimonials