By Manchester GREAT in partnership with Dr Rob Ralphs from Manchester Met
Date: Saturday 4th May – Monday 6th May 2019
Time: 9am – 5pm on both days
Location: To be confirmed
Tickets: To be confirmed
This event is organised by Manchester GREAT in partnership with Manchester Metropolitan University. Manchester GREAT is the Grass Roots Educational Academy for Transformation. Manchester GREAT provides information, guidance, mentoring, Manchester GREAT Family & Youth Crime Prevention Summit and short vocational courses for parents with children that are, or have been excluded. Find out more about Manchester GREAT here.
Robert Ralphs will be giving a keynote. Dr Rob Ralphs is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology and co-convenor of the interdisciplinary Substance Use and Addictive Behaviours (SUAB) research group at Manchester Metropolitan University. His 20 years of research and expertise spans both substance use and drug markets including school surveys of drug use, research exploring the barriers to employment for ex-problematic drug users funded by the UK Drug Policy Commission, and the largest insitu study of clubbers in the UK.
For more information, please contact:
Rob Ralphs · R.Ralphs@mmu.ac.uk