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Keeping Victims and Survivors Safe
Keeping Children Safe supports organisations working with, and for, some of the most at-risk children in the world to keep them safe. As part of this work we have launched our new Keeping Victims/Survivors Safe Programme offering a tailored package of free membership and technical support on child safeguarding for small organisations working with victims/survivors of child abuse.
Participating organisations will receive:
A free introductory webinar on child safeguarding tailored to the needs of your organisation and open to all your staff, volunteers and associates
Support to carry a context specific child safeguarding risk assessment
A detailed technical assessment of your current child safeguarding measures
Guidance on creating a child safeguarding policy and implementation plan to meet International Child Safeguarding Standards
Ongoing coaching, mentoring and technical advice with a named KCS staff member
Free webinars on specific safeguarding issues for all your staff
An invitation to our Members’ Conferences and other online events where you can have access to all talks and webinars from previous sessions and learn from expert practitioners around the world
Free access for all your staff to our programme of collaborative online courses for international child safeguarding practitioners, including the upcoming 4-week Foundation in International Child Safeguarding Course.
Support can be provided in English and Spanish.
Priority will be given to organisations with an annual income of less than $500K USD operating in low income counties.
Join thousands of child safeguarding practitioners from around the world to receive news and updates about our online courses, workshops, conferences, and special announcements.
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