Domestic abuse and violence: developing more effective responses in children and young people’s social care

Learning Event : Research messages workshop
Priory Street Centre, York
09:30 to 16:30 Wednesday, 20 November 2019

This workshop presents selected findings of particular relevance to child and family social workers from the Justice, Inequality and Gender Based Violence research project. The interactive day will include:

• Applying evidence on the relationship between domestic abuse and other forms of child maltreatment to understand the lived experiences of children and young people.

• Evidence from working with perpetrators and their complex needs.

• Developing practice and terminology regarding a parent’s ‘failure to protect’ and protective capacity (including models of effective advocacy).

• Children in the family courts and the presumption of contact.

Designed for: Frontline practitioners and team managers working with children and families.

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