Launch of EIF’s Places Network

This event launched the new Early Intervention Foundation Places Network, which aims to engage early intervention leaders with the latest evidence of ‘What Works’ and innovative practice, support practical implementation, and generate peer-to-peer learning.

It brought delegates up to date with EIF’s work, including our recent reviews on interparental relationships and parent-child interactions, alongside useful tools and work with local places.

Entrance to this event was by invitation only, and limited to members of the EIF Places Network.

For Twitter updates from the day, please see hashtag #EIFplaces.

For all inquiries, including requesting to become a member of the network or inquiring about your organisation’s representative, please email info@eif.org.uk.

Event Details

11 October 2016

09:30 - 16:30
Charles Darwin House, 12 Roger St, London WC1N 2JU

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