From the Iriss Forum 2010, Janice Galloway interviewed by Professor Sandy Cameron, head of Iriss's Board and Chair of the Parole Board.
Iriss Forum 2010 - Challenging times, creative solutions was the first annual Iriss Forum. Those who attended had the opportunity to hear from a number of speakers and found out how Iriss can support the social services workforce to "do things differently". Was focused on how solutions can be found by working in partnership to deliver successful outcomes for the people that access Scotland's social services.
Janice Galloway is one of Scotland's best-known and most versatile authors.The author of The Trick is to Keep Breathing, Blood, Foreign Parts, Where You Find It, Pipelines, Clara and Rosengarten, her work includes work includes novels, short stories, song cycles, plays, the opera libretto Monster and a broad range of collaborative texts with musicians and visual artists.