The ‘In the Service of Youth‘ Conference 2016 takes place on Saturday 16th April, at London Metropolitan University.
This national conference aims to bring together youth work practitioners, policy makers, academics and commentators to discuss contemporary issues for the youth sector and develop actions for the Institute of Youth Work (IYW) to lead on over the next year.
Key discussions will include:
- promoting anti-oppressive practices nationwide
- LGBTQ youth work
- race hate crime
- exploring the pressures facing young people engaging in gang culture
- new funding initiatives
Those considering a career in youth work will have the opportunity to meet current students and practitioners.
A complimentary lunch will be provided on the day.
Registration: To register as a delegate, please click here
- 10.00: Registration and workshop sign up
- 10.30: Welcome from the IYW and London Met
- 10.40: Key note speaker – Bernard Davies
- 11.00: World café exercise
- 12.10: Feedback from world café and general discussion
- 12.30: Lunch
- 13.15: Workshop 1 (LGBTQ Youth Work) & Workshop 2 (Gang Youth Work)
- 13.55: Workshop 3 (Recognising Race Hate Crime) & Workshop 4 (Funding Youth Work)
- 14.45: Closing speech
- 15.00: Main conference close
- 15.15: IYW Annual General Meeting
- 16.00: Close