This week, a range of professionals and practitioners from across Northern Ireland were brought together with leading experts to learn more about the potential negative impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) on children, young people and adults. This was co-ordinated by the Department of Health, Health and Social Care Trusts, Health and Social Care Board, Safeguarding Board NI and Public Health Agency.
It is Anti-Bullying Week (13th-17th November)! Find out how we are supporting the Anti-Bullying Forum and their events during #antibullyingweekni, as well as how you can get involved:
Please do get involved & see what is happening with #ABW17 #allequalalldifferentalltogether
REMINDER OF CHILDREN’S LAW CENTRE TRAINING EVENTS COMING UP
Relevant to legal profession, all working on behalf of children in need and children in educational settings, advice workers and law/social work students
The exciting Keeping Safe App engagement day is happening in October! Young people will have the opportunity to participate and influence:
1. Name of the App
2. Content- what information should be included
3. Format of the App – videos, quizzes
4. Prizes included in the App
5. Roll out – how to reach out to other young people
Young people can participate on the following date:
Belfast 7 October: 1000-1500 @ BCM
Watch Barbara McDermott, Chair of the Interfaith Sub-Group, proivde an overview of the aims, objectives and intiatives developed by the group to date, as well as its outreach to the wider community...
The Centre of Expertise on child sexual abuse (CSA) have helpfully collated a numbe
Watch Andrew Thomson, the Independent Chair of the Case Managment Review Panel, provide an overview of the work of the Panel, their purpose and how learning is shared.
To find out more about Case Management Reviews CLICK HERE