Tuesday 26th April 2016 | Friend’s House, 6 Mount St, Manchester M2 5NS

This year’s Respect Young People’s Services (YPS) Practitioner Seminar showcased some of the latest advancements and exciting pieces of work in the sector.

The aim was to provide a highly experiential day for practitioners and managers through a range of workshops.

Chair:

Neil Blacklock | Development Director, Respect
The APV work at Respect – Neil Blacklock

Keynote:

Dr Tim Hobbs | Head of Data and Analytics, Dartington Social Research Unit
Evidence at the frontline – Proving vs improving – Tim Hobbs

Keynote:

Helen Bonnick | Holes in the Wall
Mapping APV – Helen Bonnick

Workshops:

Child sexual exploitation 
Girls Wassup

A multi-agency approach to youth homelessness and domestic violence and abuse
Stephen Elder | Young People Support Foundation

Helping our children when they have witnessed domestic abuse
Jo Collier | Children’s Society

Using drama and the arts to engage young people in understanding healthy and unhealthy relationships
Bobby Smith | Tender

Addressing APV within Youth Justice
Sarah Kelly | Stockport Youth Offending Service

Healthy relationship work with vulnerable young men and women – Equation
Anna Clark & Anthea Tainton | Equation

HBV-Distinction-Maz Idriss – Maz Idriss, Manchester Metropolitan University

Sexualisation in Our Society – Presentation – Workshop April 2016 – Distribution
Julia Worms | YP Service Implementation Manager, Respect