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Spanish-language Faith and Child Safeguarding
Keeping Children Safe is building on its highly successful 2021 global conference about Faith and Child Safeguarding* by hosting a second, Spanish-only version of the event, aimed at reaching the over 500 million Spanish speakers in the world.
Child safeguarding matters. Now more than ever. The more people know about it, the more children will be safe from abuse. So please, do share this link with your Spanish-speaking contacts!
This live event is spread over 3 days, from 8 to 10 November 2022 (UTC-3) and will provide a platform for practitioners and researchers around the world to come together to exchange insights, experiences, challenges and best practices on child safeguarding in faith-based, or faith-inspired organisations.
This global interfaith event is FREE to all organisations and individuals that work with, or for, children in faith-based communities and organisations.
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