19th May 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM


Contextual safeguarding – an invitation to join a practice webinar on 19th May 2021

Over the last two or three years we have become used to learning a lot more about situations where children have been harmed by the behaviour of other children, often within their own peer networks or local community.  To some extent, this has always been a factor in the lives of adolescents as they navigate their teenage years, but its prevalence, scope and impact seems to have expanded in so many ways such as the growth in knife crime, the development of county lines and widespread online abuse. 

Because churches are often at the heart of our communities, and are places where young people gather for many different reasons, it’s important that we have a good understanding of this way of thinking about a key safeguarding issue.  Therefore, you are invited to join this webinar to find out more about the subject, learn how a local authority is piloting the assessment of contextual safeguarding situations, and identify what role churches might play in supporting affected young people in our communities.

Join us on 19th May 2021 for a webinar on the topic of Contextual Safeguarding.  At the Webinar, we will be joined by Daksha Mistry, Learning and Development Manager, Kingston and Richmond Safeguarding Children Partnership, who will introduce a webcast on Understanding & Identifying Contextual Safeguarding & exploitation to determine appropriate intervention– see Flyer attached

Book your place for the webinar on Thursday, 19th May, 11.00 -12.00, https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IxNSRIasRLmIXxfQQpdYNg

Contextual Safeguarding Webcast Flyer.pdf

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