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Talking about sex, sexuality and relationships

18 April 2016

Together for Short Lives and Open University collaborate to host masterclass on sex, sexuality and relationships relating to young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions.

Together for Short Lives in collaboration with Open University will be hosting free masterclasses on the needs of young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions regarding sex, sexuality and relationships.

The masterclasses are open to professionals and will be chaired by Lizzie Chambers, who is the Transition Taskforce leaders at Together for Short Lives. The class will include presentations by

·         Maddie Blackburn, Chair of the Open University Sexuality Alliance and principle author of the joint guidance with Together for Short Lives

·         Claire de Than, Senior Lecturer at the City Law School about some of the key legal issues

·         Various service providers who have developed policies and practice in this area

The masterclasses aim to provide greater understanding and awareness of the needs of these young people. There will be opportunities provided for questions, discussion and networking. Click here to book for 19 May in Birmingham or click here to book for 15 June in Edinburgh.


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