Troubled Families and Young People: Online Hotseat with Robert McCulloch-Graham from the Troubled Families Unit
10 October 2012
We recently conducted some research and held an event to explore the role of youth work in the troubled families agenda. Our findings showed that youth work has a valuable role to play in the troubled families agenda and that youth workers are already making a difference by working with young people from troubled families. At our event, Robert McCulloch-Graham from the government’s Troubled Families Unit spoke about the Troubled Families Programme and discussed the various ways in which youth services could be involved. To enable further discussion and open this debate out to the sector, Robert has kindly agreed to host a hotseat – an online questions and answer session on the Knowledge Hub.
This is a unique opportunity to put your questions on troubled families directly to Robert and we are keen to enable as many as possible to take part.
How do I take part?
- Register for free on the Knowledge Hub and apply to join the ‘Supporting Services for Young People’ Group.
- Once you are a member you will be able to access our dedicated forum thread on the 18th and post your questions to Robert.
- If you have any problems or questions about participating or registering on the Knowledge Hub please contact Michelle Monamy (email@example.com)
Not available on the 18th?
If you are unable to join us at this time but would like to put a question to Robert, please e-mail your question(s) to Michelle Monamy: firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to ask these on your behalf.