We are delighted to host the conference 'Children Rough Sleepers & Young People on the Street: Sharing Experiences of What Works' on Thursday 18 December 2014.

With financial support of the European Union Daphne III Programme, this free conference will be an opportunity to hear about the findings of the 2-year Children Rough Sleepers research project, share experiences and best practice, and discuss emerging policy issues.

The conference is for practitioners, policy-makers and others in the field, and offers presentations from:

  • Professor Kate Moss (University of Wolverhampton) – Children Rough Sleepers Research Project: Findings
  • Sara Lanchin & Jane Thompson (Railway Children) – Safe Places UK Research Project

Workshops will be exploring themes such young LGBT rough sleepers (Stonewall Housing), Nightstop accommodation (Depaul UK) and specialist young people’s street outreach (New Horizon Youth Centre). Please see the conference flyer for further details.

To book your free place, please download and complete the registration form and return to [email protected] by 11 December 2014.

For any enquiries, please contact Dean Harris, Advice & Outreach Manager, New Horizon Youth Centre, 68 Chalton Street, London NW1 1JR, [email protected].

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