Working with African Caribbean Fathers

Published: 3 February 2006

A PROFESSIONALS SEMINAR incl. workshops

Bristol, March 1st 2006, 9.30 am – 4pm

The Southville Centre
Beauley Road, Southville
Bristol BS3 1QG

0117 923 1039

Speakers include:

Patrick Augustus (London) Author of best selling ‘Babyfather’ books
Clement McClarty (Bristol) On strategies for engaging African Caribbean men
Paul Obinna (London) On father hunger, the importance of fathers in the lives of their children
Junior Saunders (Bristol) A young father himself what are the needs of men and young fathers?

Seminar workshops will be led by speakers and include a Male Rites of Passage Workshop by Shakti Imani Inclusion Project

Places for this event are strictly limited so book early

LUNCH PROVIDED

For booking form and further details contact

Neil Solo 07814 984 387
neil.solo@barnardos.org.uk
visit; www.barnardos.org.uk/babyfather
www.fatherhoodinstitute.org
CHARGES FOR THIS EVENT APPLY

‘Extremely thought provoking and challenging I definitely have a lot to take away with me and build upon’
Comment taken from our last seminar Leeds
‘It takes a whole village to raise a child’

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