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Lunch and Learn Seminars - 2017 and older

2017:

19th December - Protection and Safeguarding of Deaf and Disabled Children, presented by Steve Crump the founder of DeafKidz International and the Head of RCP Global at the Royal College of Physicians

8th December - Children and Young People's Participation by Dr Vicky Johnson, a Principal Research Fellow from University of Brighton

15th November - Children's Experiences of Everyday Violence, with evidence gathered over 15 years from: Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam. Presented by Kirrily Pells a Lecturer in Childhood at UCL Institute of Education

24th October - Data Protection & GDPR: Children’s Rights to Privacy, presented by Linda Raftree

6th September- Social Inclusion & Child Protection, presented by John Kingsley Cornwell

20th June - Protection within the Policy, presented by Sally Proudlove, UNICEF

2nd June - Perspectives on Protection, presented by Kamela Usmani and Mark Hoult-Allen

2nd May - Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Children, presented by Julian Eaton, CBS International & London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

24th April - Protecting Children in violent and complex families

30th March - How to Protect Children on the Move. Presented by Kristen Hope Burchill and Olivier Feneyrol, Terre des hommes

23rd February - Sexual Violence and Exploitation of Children in Gangs, Participatory Practice and Contextual Safeguarding. Presented by Elizabeth Ackerley and Dr Fiona Factor, The University of Bedfordshire


2016:

29th November - Children Who Substance Misuse

27th October - Disability & Child Protection in Programming

10th May - Transnational Child Abuse - Access to justice and Support for Children. Who is responsible?

13th April - Protecting children who are in conflict with the law

10th March - Supporting Children to disclose Abuse

10th February – The Impact of Trauma & Abuse on Children’s Attachment and Development

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