*This conference was postponed in March 2020, because of the COVID19 pandemic. We are pleased to announce that the new date is 29th September 2020 followed by a round table on 30th September, subject to ongoing developments. All March ticket-holders will be able to transfer their ticket to the new event or receive a full refund if desired. One of our team will be in touch soon to confirm what ticket-holders would like to do. The information on this page is subject to change as we learn more about ongoing developments. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.*
The second Forces in Mind Trust Research Centre (FiMT RC) Conference, sponsored by Lord Ashcroft, will focus on “Transition of Service People and Families”. Speakers will include a range of experts bringing together policy, research and the ‘lived experience’ to provide unique and rounded perspectives on significant issues of interest. We look forward to welcoming you to this special opportunity to network with others from different sectors working in the field, including academia, the charity sector, military and government.
Key speakers will include:
Dr Dawne Vogt, US Dept of Veterans’ Affairs
Sara Baade, Chief Executive, Army Families Federation
Ray Lock, Chief Executive, Forces in Mind Trust
Dr Dominic Murphy, Combat Stress
Professor John Louth, RUSI
Chloe Mackay, Regular Forces Employment Association
Professor Mike Almond, Forces in Mind Trust Research Centre
Ren Kapur, X-Forces
Location and directions
The conference is taking place in the Hoare Memorial Hall at Church House, Westminster.
The Hoare Memorial Hall is on the first floor of Church House and will be signposted from the ground floor reception. Lifts are available. For disabled access to Church House, please use the entrance on Great Smith Street.
There is a cloakroom available on the lower ground floor of Church House – please ask at reception on arrival for directions.
Timings and programme
To be confirmed for the new September dates. The conference package is likely to include a main conference day on Tuesday 29th September and round table on Wednesday 30th September.
Should you require overnight accommodation, the Doubletree Hilton Westminster is nearby.
Tickets are not yet on sale for the new September date.
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