TACT: Labour conference fringe event - children in care and their forgotten human rights
Tuesday, 2 October 2012
Fringe event - children in care and their forgotten human rights
Labour Party Conference
Come along to our fringe event at the Labour Party Conference. This is being held jointly with The Who Cares? Trust and the topic for discussion is the human rights of children in care.
We are delighted with the array of high profile speakers we have confirmed, which should ensure a lively debate.
Date: Tuesday 2 October 2012
Venue: at Manchester Town Hall, Committee Room 1
Shami Chakrabarti, Chair (Director, Liberty)
Lisa Nandy MP (Shadow Children's Minister)
Claudia Wood (Deputy Director, Demos)
Kevin Williams (Chief Executive, TACT)
Natasha Finlayson (Chief Executive, The Who Cares? Trust)
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