Time & Location
20 Jan 2021, 13:00 – 15:30
About the Event
Contextual safeguarding is an emerging approach to safeguard children and young people affected by harm outside of the family developed by the University of Bedfordshire. It asks us to look at all of the contexts in which young people spend time in order to protect them better. In this training Carly Adams-Elias from the University of Bedfordshire and Safer London will look at:
- An explanation of Contextual Safeguarding and the term extra-familial harm
- How we can use Contextual Safeguarding in our organisation and context to better protect young people through the use of tools like peer mapping
- Explore the power peers, to be involved in supporting each other.
There will be an opportunity to take part in a Community of Practice - sharing ideas and learning from putting these into practice.
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