For the first time ever, Denmark, Norway and the United Kingdom discuss how to pave the way for future societies and next generation municipalities that ensure proper understanding and full support for vulnerable children, to give them the future they deserve.
Chair for the Independent Review of Children’s Social Care
Josh MacAlister is the Chair for the Independent Review of Children’s Social Care which will take a bold and broad look across the whole of the children’s social care system in England. Prior to this Josh founded the charity Frontline. Frontline has brought hundreds of new professionals into social work, secured widespread and cross-party support, and expanded to become a national charity. Since 2013, Frontline has supported over 98,000 children and families.
CDO, Social Department, City of Copenhagen
With great experience from digitising various areas within a municipality, Ina Corydon knows the challenges, workflows and people’s expectations that affect digital solutions. Digitisation is not about technology itself, but instead about strategy and people. From the courage of the top management setting the course, the new ways of working, handling key stakeholders, enhancing the employees it-capabilities to deliver on the promises made.
Directorate for Children, Youth and Families (Bufdir)
Frode Løbersli is responsible for the state project Digibarenvern and will give an introduction to Bufdir's deliveries in the project. DigiBarnevern is a national initiative with the goal of meeting the challenges in the municipal child welfare. The initiative will increase the quality of the child welfare service across Norway and ensure faster and better help for children in need. In DigiBarnevern, the municipalities cooperate with the state at the Directorate for Children, Youth and Families (Bufdir) to improve the municipal child welfare.
Project Manager, DigiBarnevern municipal project, Trondheim Municipality (EY)
Tommy Engvik is responsible for the municipal project DigiBarnevern and will give an introduction to the municipalities' deliveries in the project. Tommy works as a consultant in EY (formerly Ernst & Young)
CEO and Co-founder, Netcompany
André Rogaczewski founded Netcompany in 2000, an IT services company delivering business-critical IT projects that accelerate customers’ digital transformation and has overseen its evolution into one of Northern Europe’s most successful IT consultancies, encompassing 3000 passionate technologists across Denmark, UK, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, and Vietnam. With his technical background, and a true vision for societies digital future, he has led the company through tremendous growth and built a unique delivery model unmatched elsewhere in the IT industry.
Vulnerable children have complex needs that may require multiple interventions at several points in time. Building resilience is not a singular policy intervention, it spans across childhood and uses a cross-policy approach.
Digital platforms play a critical part and set new standards for structured and efficient case work, to free up time for social workers, enabling them to focus on the child in need.
Platforms and data serve as a key source for relevant, accurate and individual support for vulnerable children. This way, we spend our human capital and energy on the things that have the biggest impact on a child’s life.
Join us for this very special event and learn how Denmark, Norway and the UK pave the way for future societies and next generation municipalities to ensure proper understanding and full support for vulnerable children.