Child protection social workers and other welfare professionals have to work with children on the move between the UK and other countries, as well as children who are separated from their family abroad.
This legal seminar will cover:
- How the UK’s exit from the UK will affect the legislation social workers can draw on when working with child protection authorities in EU countries, both during the transition period and after this.
- Overview of immigration issues which may impact vulnerable children after Brexit.
- How social workers can continue effective care planning for vulnerable children and young people.
Please note there is a fee of £15 + VAT to reserve your place at this session if booked in advance. Places can be booked on the day of the event for £18 + VAT.
Fiona Robinson, senior social worker, Children and Families Across Borders
Maria Wright, solicitor and doctoral researcher, Children and Families Across Borders