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On Wednesday 22 February the SCCR hosted its 7th National Conference – Transforming Conflict Nurturing Human Relationships. The conference provided an opportunity to shine a light on the importance of how we individually and collectively work and contribute to understanding and transforming conflict. It explored how early intervention can help to better support young people and families to manage conflict, as well as addressing the issue of youth homelessness in Scotland.
Speakers included the Minister for Childcare and Early Years Mark McDonald MSP, George Hosking OBE, WAVE Trust, Dr John Coleman OBE, University of Oxford; John Carnochan, OBE; and Ximena Vengoecha, Faculty of Advocates.
If you missed the conference you can find all of the content, speakers and our latest National Survey report on our new conference web page.
(photo L-R – Drew Drummond, Drummond International and SCCR Patron, Mark McDonald MSP, Minister for Childcare and Early Years, Diane Marr, SCCR and Ewan Aitken, Cyrenians)
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