10.00 – 17.00, Monday 12th February, 2018
Farrer & Co., 66 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3LH
Following the revelations of sexual offending by Jimmy Savile in some of the leading organisations and institutions in the UK, some 75 detailed reviews of practice, process and procedure, both at the time of Savile’s abuse and currently, have been undertaken in settings where he was known or believed to have offended. Those reports and the learning from them that give an unprecedented opportunity to understand how organisations and their processes work in practice to safeguard their staff and users form the starting point of this book.
Chapters contributed by experts in their field consider the range of important issues which the Savile inquiries identify and crucially the implications for practice in a range of settings for the future.
This day conference provides the opportunity to hear directly from a number of those experts and delegates will also receive a copy of the book.
Speakers: Steve Reeves; Marcus Erooga; Anne-Marie McAllinden; Jane Wonnacott; Jon Brown; Peter Spindler; Jane Foster
£115 – including lunch, closing drinks & a copy of the book
Enquiries & bookings to Kirsten.Hendry@farrer.co.uk