This two-day conference will bring together keynote addresses and give delegates the opportunity to take part in a series of in-depth workshops focusing on adult and young persons
This two-day conference will bring together keynote addresses and give delegates the opportunity to take part in a series of in-depth workshops focusing on adult and young persons support and services.
This event has limited capacity and is likely to be fully subscribed.
Confirmed Chairs & Keynote Presentations/Speakers:
Monday 22 August 2022
Adult Support & Services – Chair Sarah Brown, Chair, National NOTA
- Restorative Justice & Sexual Harm: The Voices of those Who Harmed Consultation – David Russell, Community Justice Manager – Midlothian Council & Gael Cochrane, Learning Development & Innovation Lead – Community Justice Scotland
- Trauma Informed Practice with Sex-Offending Treatment* – Professor Jill Levenson, Lead Coordinator, Trauma-Informed Training Initiative, School of Social Work/Centre for Human Rights & Social Justice – Barry University, Florida – USA (*Via Microsoft Teams)
Tuesday 23 August 2022
Young Persons Support & Services -Chair Ms Fiona Dyer, Director, Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice – Strathclyde University, Glasgow
- Assessing HSB : Development and Evaluation of AIM3 – Ms Marcella Leonard, Director – Leonard Consultancy
- Understanding the lived reality of Sibling Sexual Abuse – Professor Kieran McCartan, Sociology & Criminology – University West of England
For further information and booking details please click on the link provided – NOTA SCOTLAND CONFERENCE 2022 – NOTA
august 22 (Monday) - 23 (Tuesday)
Stirling Court Hotel
University of Stirling, Airthrey Road, Stirling, FK9 4LA