Maggie Mellon: The impact on children of accepting 'transgender' ideology https://t.co/VhTecYaMvk
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Photograph: Murdo Macleod
This paper by Maggie Mellon was given by her at the meeting of the Social Work History Network on Bob Holman, held at King’s College London on 30 November 2016
Easterhouse is about 6 miles east of Glasgow city centre. Building began in the mid-1950s by Glasgow Corporation. The same age as I am roughly. The goal was to provide better housing for the people of the east end of Glasgow. It was built to house over 50,000 people – a town with no amenities, no centre, no theatre, few shops.
Guest blog from Maggie Mellon, Vice Chair of The British Association of Social Workers (BASW)
Community Care has reported less than a tenth of the profession are involved in the debate following the College of Social Work’s closure announcement. I want as many people as possible to get involved in talking about social work, we must defend and promote our profession and not expect others to do it on our behalf.
Maggie Mellon reports on ‘Where’s Kilbrandon Now?’, the inquiry into the future of the Scottish children’s hearing system.
Child Justice in Scotland is based on a system of hearings held by panels .It was established in 1968, in response to a report by Lord Kilbrandon, a senior Scottish laws lord. In recent years the hearings system has come under criticism for being ‘too soft’, and there have been calls to take child justice back to the courts.
Maggie Mellon, Director of Children and Family Services with Children 1st. Maggie previously worked as Head of Public Policy for NCH Scotland and has written and edited a number of publications.
Recorded at the Achieving Results with Children and Families conference.
From: 08 September 2004
Maggie Mellon, Director of children and family services, Children 1st.
What was your first job? I was a Saturday girl in Woolworths. We got paid half a crown an hour.
What does your current role involve? I manage a range of services for children and families across Scotland. The number of services that we run has increased dramatically over the past two years. They now total 34.
Independent Social Services Consultant Maggie Mellon explains her problems with the Named Person scheme to an audience at a roadshow event in Inverness, 1st October 2014.