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Lectures

We invite renowned national experts to give talks on topical issues.

The lectures are open to our staff, service users and partners – plus anyone who’s interested and would like to join us.

The session includes time for questions and discussion.

 

Forthcoming lectures

Booking essential – get your ticket here

Wednesday 16 October, 10.00 – 11.00am at Bay 20, 71 St Marks Road, London, W10 6JG – How and why can Intensive Interaction support advocacy: practical ideas and useful theory to share – with Janet Gurney

Previous lectures

Monday 21 August, 10am, St Joseph Hospice (E8)
Hoarding behaviours – putting hoarding care into the Care Act – with Megan Karnes

Monday 22 July, 10am, St Joseph Hospice (E8)
Advocates kicking ass or sucking eggs – Are you making effective challenges under the Care Act – with Kate Mercer

Wednesday 26 June, 10am, Bay 20, Ladbroke Grove (W10)
What does the future hold? Trends in advocacy – with Gail Petty

Tuesday 14 May, 10am, St Joseph’s Hospice (E8)
Advocacy, local democracy and scrutiny – with Jacqui McKinlay

11 March, 11.30am, St Joseph’s Hospice (E8)
Grandpa on a Skateboard: mental capacity – with Tim Farmer

16 January, 10am, Migrants Organise Hall (W10)
Sensory & physical disabilities: what people need – with Jamie Renton

13 December, 10am, The Tabernacle (W11)
Grenfell recovery: grassroots activism – with Joe Batty

8 November, 10am, St Charles Square
Putting service users at the heart of everything – with Bernie Flaherty

16 October, 11am, St Charles Square
About the Mental Health Act – with Alex Ruck Keene