Baobab Centre for Young Survivors in Exile – Surviving violence, creating hope, rebuilding lives


Baobab Talks

Join us for our popular series of free, public, in-person events where we invite expert speakers working on issues at the intersection of mental health, asylum and social services systems.

Once or twice a year, leading practitioners, specialists, academics and lawyers come to share their thoughts, ideas, research and learning about the experiences, rights and needs of young asylum seekers and refugees. The purpose of the Talks is to foster multidisciplinary dialogue on policy and practice. The talks are accessible to a general audience and regularly attract members from the Home Office and other statutory agencies, the voluntary sector, clinicians or academics. At each event we make sure to leave time for attendees to further exchange informally over a glass and nibbles. 

Our Talks are always over-subscribed, so it is a good idea to sign-up to receive information about our next events below, either by receiving our newsletter or via our social media. You can also listen to past talks using the links below.

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