Come along and spread the word: The 12th Reintegration Puzzle Conference, themed ‘Disability and Incarceration: Multiple Disadvantage and the Need for Individualised Support’ is being held in Geelong, Victoria, Australia on 20 – 22 June 2016. I will be facilitating a workshop on Peer Mentoring: Learnings from the UK, Republic of Ireland, Sweden and USA Models on Monday 20th June and then on June 21st facilitating a Plenary Panel discussion on ‘Learning from Former Prisoners Who Have Gone Straight…It Makes Sense’. Spread the news and look forward to seeing you there. http://rpc.conferenceworks.com.au/
About Claire SeppingsChurchill Fellow 2015 Bachelor of Social Work (Monash University, 1984) Victorian Custody Reference Group ‘Dennis Mc Millin Access to Justice Award’ (2012) Minister for Human Services Award for Exemplary Service to Customers and Stakeholders (2008)
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