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Safeguarding

Workshop

SSCB Child Trafficking during the 2012 Olympics

This seminar is aimed at multi-agency organisations and will provide you with an understanding of how to identify, protect and support child victims of trafficking especially during the Olympics.

Facilities
  • Mobility impaired
  • Hearing impaired
  • Visually impaired
Learning outcomes:
  • Know how to identify children who may have been trafficked
  • Understand types of child trafficking into and around the UK and Olympics
  • Understand legal and immigration issues in relation to children who may have been trafficked
  • Use the London Safeguarding Children Board Trafficking Tool Kit
  • Understand how to return and reintegrate trafficked children to their family and/or country or origin
  • Assess risks of re-trafficking both in the UK and overseas
  • Date:
    Jul 12th 2012 9:30 am to 12:30 pm
  • Place:
    Room G01A and G01B 160 Tooley Street London SE1 2QH 
  • Duration:
    1/2 day 
  • Subject:
    Safeguarding
     
  • Provider:
    Children and Families Across Borders (CFAB)  
  • Method:
    Workshop 
  • CPD:
    3 hours
  • Cost:
    Free 
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Training Provider

Children and Families Across Borders (CFAB)

Children and Families Across Borders (CFAB) is a unique UK-based charity which identifies and protects children who have been separated from family members as a consequence of trafficking, abduction, migration, divorce, conflict and asylum, as well as other vulnerable individuals in often desperate circumstances.

Instructor

Andy Elvin

Children and Families Across Borders (CFAB) is a unique UK-based charity which identifies and protects children who have been separated from family members as a consequence of trafficking, abduction, migration, divorce, conflict and asylum, as well as other vulnerable individuals in often desperate circumstances.