The Safeguarding Board NI (SBNI) welcomes the new animated summary of the Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority’s (RQIA) Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) developed by Include Youth.
THE SAFEGUARDING BOARD FOR NI WELCOMES THE LAUNCH OF THE NATIONAL CRIME AGENCY (NCA) CAMPAIGN TO GIVE CHILDREN AND THEIR PARENTS ADVICE IF A CHILD BECOMES INVOLVED IN SEXTING.
Director, Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland (SBNI) Sharon Beattie, said:
“We welcome the launch of the NCA’s campaign on sexting and we echo the advice that they are giving to parents and children.”
She went on to say:
(MLA Jo-Anne Dobson with members of the CSE Knowledge Transfer Partnership NI at the launch of False Freedom)
SAFEGUARDING BOARD FOR NORTHERN IRELAND ISSUES ADVICE TO TEENAGERS IN THE WAKE OF TYRONE SCHOOLBOY’S TRAGIC DEATH
If someone has made you feel uncomfortable or you have had disturbing interaction online, please tell someone you trust and never accept friend requests from someone you don’t know.
Launch of Chelsea’s Choice in Belfast City Hall on Tuesday 21st April
SBNI is now at the final stage of working with Alter Ego Creative Solutions to bring the CSE awareness raising play, ‘Chelsea’s Choice’, to Northern Ireland.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter has given his personal backing to the Irish Football Association’s Safeguarding Children and Young People in Football app.
As part of the second phase of “THE MORE YOU KNOW THE MORE YOU SEE” campaign, the SBNI is working with Alter Ego Creative Solutions to bring the CSE awareness raising play, Chelsea’s Choice, to Northern Ireland. Throughout April and into May 2015 the play will tour a number of post primary schools across the region.
The SBNI Child Protection and Safeguarding Learning and Development Strategy 2014-2017 is being presented for a targeted consultation and Equality Screening. Following the consultation process the Strategy will then be placed before the SBNI Board for final endorsement.
18 November 2014
Publication of the Marshall Report – SBNI Statement
The Safeguarding Board (SBNI) welcomes the Marshall report and its potential to contribute to a holistic approach to increasing awareness and tackling the challenges of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in NI.