Understanding complex safeguarding and responding to different forms of exploitation

Learning Event : Research messages workshop
Engineers' House, Bristol
09:30 to 16:30 Thursday, 01 February 2018

What lessons have we learnt from responding to child sexual exploitation and how can we apply these in our response to criminal exploitation, modern slavery and radicalisation? Exploring what complex safeguarding is, this workshop is for strategic leads, service managers, team managers and practice leads. It examines multi-agency approaches to various forms of exploitation, what challenges exist within our current processes and how we can design a more effective and cohesive response for children and families.

Aimed at: Strategic leads, service managers/heads of service, team managers and practice leads.

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