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You can find our more about our upcoming Resilience forums below. Currently all Forums are running online. However, when the situation allows regular forums will also take place in Brighton, Blackpool and Hastings.
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For the time being forums will be held online on Microsoft Teams. Please arrive in the online platform 5 minutes prior. An email with access instructions will be sent out shortly before the event (usually the day before). You can find out more about how to access the Forum via Microsoft Teams and why we have chosen this platform.
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Helping not hurting: horizontal care to peer care in a UK prison – 26 Apr 2022 – Online Resilience Forum
Over the past two decades, the proportion of older prisoners in England and Wales has increased dramatically, which is problematic as prisons are not designed for issues associated with older adulthood. In this Resilience Forum Dr Warren Stewart will discuss the development of peer care in prisons in support of older adults and disabled detainees.
If you are interested in leading a Resilience Forum we’ve put together the information on these pages to help you decide and to start thinking about how your expertise may best be shared within our tried and tested Resilience Forum format.
All our Resilience Forums are currently held online using Microsoft Teams. You can find out more about how to access the Resilience Forums via Microsoft Teams and why we have chosen to use this platform here.
You can find information about our previous Resilience Forums in Brighton, Blackpool, Hastings and online here. Many of our previous Resilience Forums and Centre meetings have slides you can download, blogs you can read, or short films you can watch.
The Resilience Forum is only made possible through the hard work and committent of our amazing volunteers and staff. Find out more about the team behind the forum and their involvement in the Boingboing, CRSJ and Resilience Revolution community.