We have just published our recording for the recent virtual online conference “Working with Men” this explored how across the multi-agency workforce we can build on the good practice, identify ways to improve the engagement and voice of men and provide information and resources to enhance this area of work.
Brid Featherstone, University of Huddersfield – Brid Featherstone is a Professor of Social Work at the University of Huddersfield. She has a long standing interest in social care, social work and the engagement of men and has researched this area in a variety of settings. She is currently working with Research in Practice on updating their research and practice tools on engaging men.
Owen Thomas, is Operational Manager at Working with Men supervising Working with Men’s team of Fathers development workers across London. Owen has over ten years direct experience as a father development worker working closely with professionals, agencies, fathers and male carer’s at crucial stages of their lives.
Key findings, Recommendations and the Challenges to us as local safeguarding
partners were explored from the “The Myth of invisible Men’ Thematic review from the National Child Safeguarding Practice Review.
To view the webinar click here