A chance to debate what is meant by Wellbeing : June 17 conference at Brathay

Wellbeing seems to me a seductive, but troubling concept. At the very least its meaning ought to be debated.  Hence we can but encourage folk to attend the following event. Indeed I’m going to offer a paper, ‘Towards Wellbeing : A Collective Social and Political Task’ or ‘I cannot be well if you are not well!’ See you there perchance?

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Wellbeing Conference Tuesday 17 June 2014
The University of Cumbria and the Brathay Trust are pleased to announce this year’s Wellbeing Conference will be held on Tuesday 17 June 2014.

The conference will focus on Children, Young People and Family’s Wellbeing, and will cover:

What does wellbeing mean for each of these groups?
What practice best supports their wellbeing?
How can research underpin and support best practice for these groups?
What does it mean to support children, young people and family’s wellbeing through transition?
What is the link between wellbeing and resilience?
How can we ensure sustainable wellbeing?

 

Conference focus
A one day conference with keynotes, papers, interactive workshops and a creative lunch break, for practitioners and academics involved with children and young families in any context.

Location: University of Cumbria, Ambleside LA22 9BB

The cost for the day is £35 per delegate and delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.

To book your place contact:
Erja Nikander
Telephone: 015394 39725
Email: erja.nikander@brathay.org.uk

 

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