Well organised and provoked excellent discussions amongst and between the panel and audience
I regard the Westminster Briefings as one of the most influential and significant ways of giving air to matters of topical importance.
Many thanks for the event – it was excellent (as your events always are) and I look forward to the next one.
I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to not only share information about the progress of the Delivering Race Equality in Mental Health Programme, but also the space it afforded to engage in useful and vibrant discussion from a range of perspectives. It was a pleasure to participate.
I thought the event was well organised and, particularly, enabled the delegates to fully engage in the discussion.
Lt Col Tex Pemberton
I have always found the Westminster Briefings to be most informative and a useful ‘networking’ opportunity.
I just wanted to say this was one of the best day’s in-service training I have ever attended. The speakers were excellent
These Briefings are excellent opportunities for service staff to influence thinking
Stephen Brookes MBE
The Westminster Briefing event on Disability Hate Crime set out a series of new agendas which are now actively being incorporated into work in challenging hate crime. The event inspired deeper thinking with many statutory and voluntary agencies and disabled people’s organizations who are now uniting and speaking with a more common and consistent approach on such a complex issue. Westminster Briefing is to be thanked for some real lateral thinking in creating the contents and contributors to this event