Amala joins the KCS network

Keeping Children Safe (KCS) is pleased to welcome Amala, a new and fast growing organisation, to our Child Safeguarding Network. They work to provide young refugees around the world with flexible and

Keeping Victims/Survivors Safe Programme

Applications deadline: 18 September 2020This initiative is limited to 25 organisationsContact Bill Harris, Child Safeguarding Network Manager, for an application form What is this about? Keeping

Donkeys and child safeguarding

Keeping Children Safe (KCS) is happy to announce that The Donkey Sanctuary, one of the largest equine charities in the world, has been awarded KCS Level 1 Certification. This follows a rigorous audit

A big hello to Iris House hospice

We'd like to welcome the South African children's charity Iris House Children's Hospice to the Keeping Children Safe members' network! Iris House provides a place where children are encouraged to

Tearfund achieves KCS certification

Following an extensive and rigorous audit of safeguarding measures by Keeping Children Safe (KCS), Tearfund has become the latest organisation to receive KCS’s coveted Level 1

Child safeguarding in military operations

Over the last few years, Keeping Children Safe (KCS) has partnered with the University of Reading, the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the UK Ministry of Defence, the Uruguayan Peacekeeping

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