The legacy of the conference
Discussions about next steps began in a session on the final day of the conference as all concerned want to capitalise on the energy and enthusiasm generated by bringing together a large number of professionals with the common goal of improving the lot of vulnerable children and young people.
Members of the conference planning team and SEBDA’s National Council are currently exploring possibilities and developments will be reported here when they are available.
However plans are already in place for giving presenters at the conference the opportunity to have their work published in an academic journal:
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