Clinks Annual Conference 2017
Clinks Annual Conference 2017
Please note bookings have now closed for this event, if you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our theme for this year is 'Resilience: responding to adversity and change in the criminal justice system'.
Resilience unites all voluntary organisations. Our members, and their passionate staff and volunteers, adapt and respond innovatively and creatively to the challenges they encounter. They form partnerships and networks, devise new services and collaborate with others - supporting people to cope and thrive in difficult situations.
There will be three areas of focus:
- Organisational resilience:
How have organisations bounced back from adversity and met new challenges?
How have they adapted to change?
- Workforce resilience:
How do organisations support and value their staff and volunteers?
- Service User resilience:
How can we learn from the resilience displayed by many of those who access the services of voluntary organisations?
You will have the opportunity to:
- Hear from key policy and decision makers.
- Take part in interactive sessions run by members and service users.
- Exchange ideas with organisations and individuals who have innovated and responded creatively to changes and challenges.
- Discuss how you can implement similar methods in your work.
- Network with management and practitioners from key voluntary organisations, government officials, and funders.
The event will be held in central London, 5 mins from Holborn. The event will start at 09.30 and finish at 16.30 and will be followed by the AGM and a drinks reception.
£70 for voluntary sector Clinks full members
£80 for Individual/Organisation associate members
£120 for all others
If you are a voluntary organisation non-member, please contact us for information on a great deal on membership.
If costs are prohibitive, please email email@example.com.
- Russell-Cooke – legal consultation, do you have any questions on data protection, employment, governance or contracts?
- Unlocking the potential – Gethin specialises in how to create and maintain high performance teams through effective supervision and coaching.
- Scrutton Bland – insurance advice tailored for the charity sector.
To book a slot please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Keynote speech: Dame Glenys Stacey, HM Chief Inspector of Probation
A: Approaches to conflict: building staff resilience.
Leap Confronting Conflict
Lancashire Women’s Centres, Stockport Women’s Centre & Women Matta
Langley House Trust
Yorkshire, Humberside and Lincolnshire Circles of Support and Accountability
Unlock, for people with convictions
A panel discussion with:
Joy Doal, Chief Executive, Anawim,
Jane Gould Smith, Chief Executive, Clean Sheet,
Gethin Jones, Founder, Unlocking the Potential,
Sophie Wilson, Chief Operating Officer, Sova
F: Minding the gap: Personal and organisational resilience in difficult times
H: Understanding the transition between the community and prison for people experiencing multiple complex needs
Fulfilling Lives Multiple Complex Needs Programme
I: Small charities, big impact: effective working in a turbulent prison system
K: Creating Spaces for Dissonance and Harmony
Terms and Conditions
Cancellations must be made in writing to email@example.com. Please include your organisation name and delegate contact details.
If you cancel your booking:
- 1 month or more before the event, no charges will be incurred. If payment has been made, a refund will be arranged.
- Less than 1 month, but more than five working days before the event, Clinks will retain 50% of the fee and a refund can be arranged for the remainder.
- Within five working days of the event, Clinks will retain 100% of the fee and no refund will be applicable.
- If you do not attend the event Clinks will retain 100% of the fee, unless a legitimate reason for not attending can be provided. Such decisions are at the discretion of Clinks.