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Having seen the screening of FML, the members of Bare Truths were invited to show their film at a London-wide Social Services conference hosted by Sutton, examining why Social Services have consistently struggled to engage the father or significant male within the service user families that they work with. 


The members of Bare Truths were invited to run an accompanying workshop for the Social Work professionals, exploring what the reasons for this might be.


Two members of Bare Truths also spoke at the conference about the making of the film and the thought processes that lead the group to wanting to explore mental health in their film.


Key speakers were Paul Burstow MP, Minister of State for Care Services; Charles Rice, Head of Health & Corporate Development Fatherhood Institute; and many more big hitters from the world of social work and politics. But our young people from Bare Truths were every bit just as impressive.


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