Community Care Live

New evidence that ritual child abuse has damaged the lives of
children will be among the many topics of debate at Community
Live next Wednesday and Thursday at the Business Design
Centre in Islington, London.

Dr Sara Scott, author of a new book on ritual abuse, will
discuss the disturbing findings of her research providing powerful
evidence that sadistic, ritualised child abuse associated with
occult practices does occur.

Topics covered in the other 30-plus debates, seminars and
workshops at Community Care Live, on 23 and 24 May,
include drug abuse, the learning difficulties white paper,
long-term care for older people, children’s rights, the recruitment
crisis in social work, and the increasing emphasis on partnership
between social services and other agencies.

Also, in a series of workshops, social workers will share some
of the ideas and innovative projects which have helped their

Dr Zola Skweyiya, the South African minister for social
development, will kick off a day of international debates,
involving some of the world’s top children’s commissioners from
Europe and Australia.

Community Care Live’s sponsors are Social Work
Solutions, SACCS, the Shaftesbury Society, and Essex Council, with
Task Team as ticket sponsors. For free tickets telephone our
hotline on 020 8652 4455 or email us at



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