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Adult Safeguarding
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Online safety is now part of the wider safeguarding requirement for schools but it is a fast changing and sometimes seemingly inaccessible world for staff. However, all members of the staff team should have at least a basic awareness of online safety so that, should an incident occur, they can respond appropriately and quickly. This is the first in a free series of videos that will not only help raise awareness in the team but also has a partnering child-friendly version of the principles discussed to extend the training into the classroom. The content is appropriate for everyone from Senior Leadership to new to education staff in any role and can be used to support a combined staff and classroom awareness campaign. In this first episode, we look at some key elements of online safety and some of the safeguarding responsibilities of the team will need to be aware of. Our team at the Child Protection Company have been creating high quality training solutions since 2008 and every one of our courses draws on the experience of expert safeguarding professionals. Our training courses are developed in house, and are regularly updated to remain in line with the latest government guidance and legislation. We appreciate the diverse nature of our customers, so some of our courses are suitable for everyone while others are a result of close collaboration with inspecting bodies and industry associations, to ensure that they meet the unique and specific needs of their members. Our aim is to design courses that are informative, accredited, certified and relevant to the learner, rather than providing a generic ‘one size fits all’ experience. Anyone who works in an environment where they come into contact with children and vulnerable adults has a duty of responsibility to the overall safeguarding process. Here at the Child Protection Company, we are proud to offer a range of high quality training options designed to assist you and your team in safeguarding the more vulnerable members of our society. For more information on our support and training services visit us at www.childprotectioncompany.com
Safeguarding Adults in the Care Home - BVS Training
This training resource is now available for FREE UK delivery: https://www.bvs.co.uk/safeguarding-adults-in-the-care-home This excellent resource provides fully up to date guidance on how to safeguard the welfare of older people within care homes. Filmed entirely in real care settings this title will explain to workers what abuse is and how to recognise the signs and symptoms of abuse. Depicting dramatic scenes of abuse this title will help bring the realities of adult abuse to life, teaching care workers why abuse should never be ignored. This video and supporting materials provide information on the 10 types of abuse recognised by the Care Act and the 6 Principles of Safeguarding. Subjects covered include: Role of the Carer in Maintaining a Culture which Safeguards the Individual Legislation and Policy Concept and Definition of Abuse Using Illustrated Examples, Categories & Prevalence Principles of Abuse Signs and Symptoms of Abuse Responding to Abuse Conclusions Video Format: DVD, Download or Online Duration: 28 minute video in 15 sections to be used in a suggested 2 hour training session Supporting Materials: Contains a Lesson plan, Handouts, Question and Answer sheets, Care Certificate Workbook and a CPD Accredited Certificate Consultant: Dr Barry Wilson PhD, BA, CQSW Peer Review: Elaine Grade, Anchor Care Standards: Care Certificate Standard 10 Social Care Induction Framework for Wales (SCIF) (2012) 5 NOS: SCDHSC0024 QCF: Unit ref: A/601/8574
Views: 552 BVS Training
Care Act 2014 support for local authorities and care providers from SCIE
http://www.scie.org.uk/ The Care Act 2014 is the most significant piece of legislation in our sector since the establishment of the welfare state. It builds on a patchwork of legislation built up since the 1948 National Assistance Act. The Act begins by defining the primary responsibility of local authorities as the promotion of individual wellbeing. There is a shift from the duty to provide services to meeting needs. Of course everyone has individual needs so local authorities won’t be able to comply with the Act by providing one size fits all services but by putting the person at the centre of their offer. A key part of the Act is a focus on preventing or delaying the need for support. This might mean investing in preventative services and fully utilising any existing community resources, facilities and assets to prevent people’s needs escalating unnecessarily. Carers (who are people who provide unpaid care and support, often a family member or friend) are given significant new entitlements under the Act. It’s hoped that they will be supported to maintain their caring role for longer. Local authorities must establish and maintain an information and advice service. They must provide this to everyone in the area not just people who are entitled to funding or support from the council. The service should cover the new rights and entitlements that people have under the Act and how they can access them in their local area, this should include financial advice. Information should be provided in accessible ways not just on a website, or leaflets in a GPs office, but tailored to the needs of local people.
19 10 16 Recording Safeguarding Principles in Recovery Context
Recording of MHFE World Mental Health Day 2016 webinar in which Facilitators Jessica Russell, Southend Adult Community College and Errolie Sermaine, Redbridge Institute's Community Learning Mental Health Research Project explore Safeguarding Principles in a Recovery Context. During the webinar Jessica and Errolie highlight the following web links: Getting support for self and others: http://www.samaritans.org/how-we-can-help-you http://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/ http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Suicide/Pages/helping-others.aspx http://tasc-uk.org/worried-about-someone/ https://www.bigwhitewall.com/ - online support community http://www.iapt.nhs.uk/ - access to talking therapies http://uk-sobs.org.uk/ - for survivors of bereavement by suicide https://www.selfharm.co.uk/ - advice and information
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Welfare Principle and checklist (Children Act 1989)
Westminster Law School, University of Westminster
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Child Protection
This short animation introduces what is meant by Child Protection in a humanitarian emergency. It highlights some key points to remember before responding to an emergency and signposts to key humanitarian principles for ensuring a child’s protection.
The Mental Capacity Act: an animated guide by Infodeo.
An animated guide to the Mental Capacity Act produced for the Dorset County Council Mental Capacity Act team. The guide explains the key principles in an easy to understand form.
Dangers of the age and safeguarding Islamic Principles 2
Ahmadiyya Jamaat, Sierra Leone Ahmadiyya Muslim Radio 91.7FM
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Jill Manthorpe - Mental Capacity Act and Safeguarding
Jill Manthorpe talks about the Mental Capacity Act and Safeguarding
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Dangers of the age and safeguarding Islamic Principles 3
Ahmadiyya Jamaat, Sierra Leone Ahmadiyya Muslim Radio 91.7FM
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5 Minute Masterclass - Sharing Information
In this 5 Minute Masterclass learn why sharing information is important & often crucial for safeguarding. Join Kate and other child protection professionals part of the Safeguarding Association community. www.safeguardingassociation.com Sign up for email updates: https://app.convertkit.com/landing_pages/171603?v=7 Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this blog are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this blog. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this blog. Safeguarding Practitioners Ltd & Kate Young disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this blog.
Leadership, restraint reduction, the culture of care and safeguarding
Lynne Phair, Independent Consultant Nurse. Examining how positive leadership has direct implications on reducing the use of restrictive practices, by examining how leaders mould the culture of care and uphold the six principles of adult safeguarding.
Safeguarding Children of Arrested Parents Training Video
This training video introduces and demonstrates many core principles of the Safeguarding Children of Arrested Parents Model Policy, which serves as a template for law-enforcement agencies as they develop and/or revise policies and procedures addressing arrest processes. BJA collaborated with IACP to create this Model Policy with the intent of mitigating the potential traumatic impact of a parent’s arrest on children.
Green bond learning series - Module 3: Safeguarding – Definitions, ext. review & impact reporting
Webinar 3 This is the third of three green bond online learning videos, which will inform you about the external review and impact reporting process as well as examine their importance for the green bond market. After completing this module, you will be able to distinguish between the different types of external review and to understand the methodologies and requirements for sound second opinions and impact reporting. Moreover, you will have an understanding of the critical role that both play in safeguarding integrity in the green bond market. For an introduction to green bonds, watch module 1: Green bonds – what, why & how? https://youtu.be/tMEHsvoEM-g. For more information on the Green Bond Principles and the issuance process, watch module 2: Setting up a green bond framework https://youtu.be/lN_Ambd11KQ. This green bond online learning videos were jointly developed by the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ), the Swedish bank SEB and the Centre for International Climate Research – Oslo (CICERO). For further information on the initiative please refer to http://www.emergingmarketsdialogue.org/initiatives/green-bonds/.
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Effective safeguarding record keeping
Keeping children safe is the single most important priority for any childcare practitioner. All too often good practice is not supported by record keeping that demonstrates children are kept safe at all times. This essential webinar will explain why record keeping is an essential part of safeguarding practice, will outline principles of good recording and consider the sensitive issue of access to records. Join Lisa Graham, Lead Safeguarding Adviser at the Alliance, and Michael Freeston, Director of Quality Improvement, for this invaluable session for all childcare providers.
Views: 456 PreSchoolLA
Principles of restraint movie
Guidance video from Joanne Caffrey owner of Total Train www.totaltrain.co.uk and safer handling Training www.saferhandlingtraining.co.uk. Specialist training & consultancy for use of force, restraint, safer handling of vulnerable people, first aid, health & safety.
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5 principles of the mental capacity act
A short description of the five principles of the mental capacity act
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Principles of Mental capacity film
Principles of Mental Capacity Film. Healthcare decisions and consent for patients who need support
What is Safeguarding?
XR Training's guide to Safeguarding
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Safeguarding adults in health and social care
Everyone has the right to be safe and to live a life free from harm. Safeguarding means putting measures in place to promote people’s human rights and their health and wellbeing, and empowering people to protect themselves. At the moment, adult safeguarding in Ireland does not have a specific legislative framework, so the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) https://www.hiqa.ie and the Mental Health Commission (MHC) https://www.mhcirl.ie are developing national standards for safeguarding adults in health, including mental health, and social care services.
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Machine Guarding Training
http://www.fssamerica.com Machine Guarding training for general industry and construction Get your own safety training site at http://www.fssamerica.com
Mental Capacity Act Principles
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Webinar: Child Safeguarding in Humanitarian Settings
Child Safe Horizons (www.childsafehorizons.com) held a webinar in December 2015 on how to safeguard children in humanitarian settings. This was co-hosted by the global-level Child Protection Working Group (www.cpwg.net).
Views: 269 Karen Rasmussen
Safeguarding: Safer Recruitment For British International Schools
This free Veema Education webinar provides information on how recruitment processes should comply with the principles of safer recruitment practice and to understand the requirements placed on schools under best practice guidance. The webinar covers perpetrator behaviour and how the school can deter, reject and identify candidates who are unsuitable to work with children and prevent them from gaining employment in a school. It examines the required pre-employment checks for school staff and practical tools to apply throughout the process.
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An Introduction to the Principles of Hikmah - Hakim Archuletta (Natural Health Series: Session 1)
Download this lecture from iTunes: http://www.IslamOnDemand.com/342-349iod.html This lecture is part 1 of a complete series of 6 lectures entitled "Natural Health and the Islamic Tradition". Watch the series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL273FD4BE4FFF66D7 Watch individual lectures: 1) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaKapsiJZX4 2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIFrt5t2jis 3) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDTjsO1O6qs 4) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fypUpE_9m0k 5) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTI0YlFMbeg 6) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXKqEylKy-w We are the original producer of this video. Your purchase supports the production of new videos! See our catalog of lectures at http://www.IslamOnDemand.com Renowned natural healer and Muslim convert Hakim Archuletta takes you on a journey into a wonderfully refreshing perspective of natural health. Whether you are a health professional, serious student of alternative medicine, or simply seeking a more fulfilling spiritual and healthy life, this series is for you. What are some ways that our modern lifestyle has affected our health? What is the significance of hamd (praise) and shukr (thanks) in our physical health? What can we do to achieve wholeness and reconnect with ourselves, our Creator and creation? And why is this important for real health? The speaker answers these and many other questions during this three day seminar. Many fascinating topics are explored such as new approaches to trauma therapies, energy medicine and the four humors. He explains the concept of hikmah (simple truths), the principles of 'prophetic' medicine and shares anecdotes from his years as a healer. This seminar is full of eye-opening information that may change the way you look at all medicine and your health. Hakim reveals 'secrets' of healing, exposes the modern conspiracy against health and places natural healing within the context of the Islamic tradition. He also demonstrates practical exercises which can help in becoming a more whole and healthy human being.
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Home Care 9: Safeguarding Adults - BVS Training
This training resource is now available for FREE UK delivery: https://www.bvs.co.uk/home-care-9-safeguarding-adults This excellent resource provides fully up to date guidance on how to safeguard the welfare of adults at risk of abuse. Filmed entirely in real domiciliary care settings this title will explain to workers what abuse is and how to recognise the signs and symptoms of abuse. Depicting dramatic scenes of abuse this title will help bring the realities of adult abuse to life, teaching care workers why abuse should never be ignored. This video and supporting materials provide information on the 10 types of abuse recognised by the Care Act and the 6 Principles of Safeguarding. Subjects covered include: Role of the Domiciliary Care Worker in Safeguarding the Individual Legislation and Policies Concept and Definition of Abuse Principles of Safeguarding Types of Abuse Signs and Symptoms of Abuse Responding to Abuse Video Format: DVD, Download or Online Duration: 32 minute video in 15 sections to be used in a suggested 4 hour training session Supporting Materials: Contains a Lesson plan, Handouts, Question and Answer sheets, Care Certificate Workbook and a CPD Accredited Certificate Consultant: Dr Barry Wilson, PhD, BA, CQSW Peer Review: Elaine Grade, Anchor Care Standards: Care Certificate Standard 10 Social Care Induction Framework for Wales (SCIF) (2012) 5 NOS: SCDHSC0024 QCF: Unit ref: A/601/8574
Views: 251 BVS Training
Components of Internal Control
Please like our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/rutgersweb To watch the entire video, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2nvo9t2GjQ Course Summary: Introduction to the principles and concepts of the audit as an attestation service offered by the accounting profession. Primary emphasis is placed on Generally Accepted Auditing Standards, the role of the CPA/auditor in evidence collection, analytical review procedures and reporting, the CPA/auditor's ethical and legal responsibilities, the role of the Securities and Exchange Commission as well as other constituencies. Audit testing, including statistical sampling, internal control issues, and audit programs are discussed. -- Description: Red flags that should alert an auditor to potential fraud include missing documents, alterations on documents, photocopied documents, second endorsements on checks, unusual endorsements, old outstanding checks, unexplained adjustments to accounts receivable and inventory balances, unusual patterns in deposits in transit, general ledgers that do not balance, cash shortages and overages, excessive voids and credit memos, customer complains, common names or addresses for refunds, increased past due receivables, inventory shortages, increased scrap, duplicate payments, employees that cannot be found, dormant accounts that have become active. Auditors must always presume that improper revenue recognition is a fraud risk. Auditors must identify risks of management override of controls, examine journal entries and other adjustments, review accounting estimates for biases, and evaluate business rationale for significant unusual transactions. Auditors must change the overall conduct of the audit to respond to identified fraud risks (i.e. assigning more experienced personnel to the audit or even a fraud specialist). They should design and perform audit procedures to address identified risks. Appropriate audit procedures used to address specific fraud risks depend on the account being audited and type of fraud risk identified. Further red flags to auditors include discrepancies in the accounting records, conflicting or missing evidential matter, problematic or unusual relationships between the auditor and management, results from substantive of final review stage analytical procedures, and vague, implausible or inconsistent responses to inquiries. Evidence that fraud may exist MUST be communicated to the appropriate level of management. Sarbanes Oxley states that significant deficiencies must be communicated to those charged with governance. Any fraud committed by management (no matter how small) is material. It is important to have a culture of honesty and high ethics (i.e. management "setting the tone at the top). Management must create a positive workplace environment, hire and promote appropriate employees, provide adequate training, and require employees to periodically confirm their responsibilities for complying with the code of conduct. Management has the responsibilities to evaluate risks of fraud, having to identify and measure fraud risks, and design and implement controls to mitigate fraud risks. For high fraud risk areas, management should periodically evaluate whether appropriate antifraud programs and controls have been implemented and operating effectively. Auditors are required to be skeptical (professional skepticism). Auditors should not dismiss information that may be important to an audit. This information may include observations about employee behavior that might indicate a willingness to participate in fraud. Internal control is a management process involving the people of the organization (the responsibility lies with management and the board of directors). Internal controls are designed to provide reasonable assurance regarding the safeguarding of assets, ensuring financial statement reliability, promoting operational efficiency, and encouraging compliance with management's directives. To receive additional updates regarding our library please subscribe to our mailing list using the following link: http://rbx.business.rutgers.edu/subscribe.html
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Safeguarding with science: Asian hornets
At APHA science plays a vital role in how we safeguard animal and plant health. Whether it’s identifying and controlling outbreaks of notifiable disease; facilitating international trade; or our research in areas such as avian influenza and bovine TB, all our work is underpinned by scientific principles and rigour. Here Nigel Semmence from the National Bee Unit talks about the Asian hornet, and APHA’s work to prevent the spread of this non-native species and protect bee health. If you think you have seen an Asian hornet, please notify the Great British Non-Native Species Secretariat by emailing [email protected] as soon as possible. Alternatively, you can report sightings via their website: http://www.nonnativespecies.org/home/ Beekeepers can find more information about the Asian hornet on the National Bee Unit’s website: http://www.nationalbeeunit.com The ‘Asian Hornet Watch’ app is available to download from the Apple and Android app stores. See our video on how to make an Asian hornet monitoring trap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CR6MUekAjMo See more blogs about science at APHA: https://aphascience.blog.gov.uk/ UPDATE: Please note that the email at the end of the video should be [email protected]
The Mental Capacity Act 2005 and you  (full version)
Public information about the Mental Capacity Act 2005. The Independent Mental Capacity Advocate, from Torbay and Devon Safeguarding Adult Board.
Views: 4791 Devon County Council
Safeguarding adults: preventing abuse through community cohesion, communication and good practice
See also: SCIE resources for safeguarding adults http://bit.ly/1RPAxXR Safeguarding through increased awareness and good communication both in residential and community care.
Webinar: Older, safer - too much to ask? Safeguarding older people experiencing abuse
Jo Silver, Director of Practice at SafeLives
Views: 352 SafeLives
ST HELEN'S TRAINING: CHILDREN'S WORK and Safeguarding (Part 4 of 4)
Sam Osborne shares helpful principles for youth and children's work. St Helen's Training aims to train and equip bible handlers by sharing our best training resources. We pray that many people might grow in confidence in their bible handling, whether they are reading the bible with a friend, leading a small group or preaching.
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults - What Can We do to make a Positive Difference - Empowerment
In this video I discuss the steps we can take to make a positive difference and reduce the risk of abuse towards vulnerable adults. This clip is taken from my Protecting Vulnerable Adults from Abuse Training Seminar on DVD, for more information please visit: http://www.mattjoyce.com/training-seminars-on-dvd.html For more information about me please visit: http://www.mattjoyce.com
Views: 731 Matt Joyce
Safeguarding Children
One of our customers, dedicated to Safeguarding children and Safer Employment in Education produced this video showing the importance of practicing what they preach.
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Principles of Person Centred Care - BVS Training
This training resource is now available for FREE UK delivery: https://www.bvs.co.uk/the-principles-of-person-centred-care This title introduces carers to the values that underpin person-centred care and assists them to develop their understanding of how the Principles of Care should be reflected in their day-to-day practices. The course explores the values of individuality, rights, choice, privacy, independence, dignity, respect, partnership and confidentiality. Subjects covered include: The 6Cs Building Relationships Well-Being Person Centred Values Individuality Rights Choice Privacy Independence Dignity Respect Partnership Care Plans Video Format: DVD or Download Duration: 42 minute video in 14 sections. To be used in a suggested 3 hour training session Supporting Materials: Contains a Lesson plan, Handouts, Question and Answer sheets, Care Certificate Workbook and a CPD accredited certificate Consultant: Jacqui Ramus CPsychol Dementia Lead at St Monica Trust & Jackie Pool, DipCOT, Approved Alzheimer´s Society Trainer Peer Review: Carolyn Meggitt, BA (Hons), SRN, SCM, NDNCert References: The Care Certificate, SCIF Standards: Care Certificate Standard 5 Social Care Induction Framework for Wales (SCIF) (2012) 3.2 NOS: SCDHSC0024, SCDHSC0026, SCDHSC0035, SCDHSC0234, SCDHSC0332, SCDHSC0350 QCF: Unit Ref: A/601/8140, Y/601/8145
Views: 550 BVS Training
Safeguarding resources for CYP3.3
This screencast gives you some support for the safeguarding unit on your course, specifically LO3.. Use this to make notes, bring questions to class for discussion and complete written work for your 'safeguarding file'
Views: 264 Mandy Connor
The Humanitarian Principles
The EU is committed to promoting global respect and compliance with International Humanitarian Law, together with the Humanitarian Principles – humanity, impartiality, neutrality and independence. These help protect the lives of humanitarian workers and ensure safe and unhindered access to those in need. Read more: http://bit.ly/1bJIr0G Video by the European Union
An Introduction to the Child Protection Act 1999 (updated in December 2017)
The Child Protection Act 1999 provides the legislative framework for the protection of children in Queensland. The main principle of the Child Protection Act 1999 is that the safety, wellbeing and best interests of a child are paramount. This short video uses animation to explain the main goals of the Child Protection Act 1999. This video was produced by the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services. This video was updated in December 2017.
Views: 4390 Community Door
Feng Shui 101: How to Safeguard Your Sleep
Feng shui principles talk about the importance of safeguarding the bed where you sleep, and we go through some basic tenants of this eastern practice to help you avoid some design features that would ruin your rest. Visit Design2Share.com for expert videos, tips, resources, and advice on home decorating. And read Sarah Shurety's great book "Feng Shui for Your Home" for great in-depth help with setting up your home and rooms. Music: "Birth" by Kyle Patrick Johnson.
Views: 2597 westend104
IOM’s Humanitarian Policy – Principles for Humanitarian Action (Arabic)
The International Organization for Migration works to ensure that people affected by crises can access protection and assistance. In doing so, it follows the Principles for Humanitarian Action (PHA), which underpin the Migration Crisis Operational Framework and aim to ensure that the Organization acts on the basis of robust principles and as part of the humanitarian response system.
Views: 431 IOM - UN Migration
Protecting Personal Information
Safeguarding sensitive data is just plain good business. Are you taking steps to protect personal information? To learn more about how you can implement these principles in your business, take the interactive tutorial.
Safeguarding with science: Rabies research and testing
At APHA science plays a vital role in how we safeguard animal and plant health. Whether it’s identifying and controlling outbreaks of notifiable disease; facilitating international trade; or our research in areas such as avian influenza and bovine TB, all our work is underpinned by scientific principles and rigour. Here Professor Tony Fooks talks about the work we do to protect GB from the risk of rabies, and our collaborative efforts on the international stage to eradicate canine-rabies. Find out more about APHA's work to #endrabies: https://aphascience.blog.gov.uk/2017/09/28/marking-world-rabies-day-2017/
Workbook 1 - Principles and values of health and social care for adults
All Wales Induction Framework for Health and Social Care
MASH opens to safeguard Warwickshire
Vulnerable people will be helped through Warwickshire's new MASH scheme.
Views: 56 Warwickshire News
Protection in Emergencies
Protection is central to all humanitarian work. This short animation gives an overview of some of the common risks and threats found in an emergency situation, and introduces four principles to ensure protecting people’s rights and dignity is considered at all stages of humanitarian projects.
Safeguarding children
Safeguarding children For more information about the topic of this video and to view other relevant videos please visit www.tinadew.co.uk; ......follow us on twitter: tinadew01
Views: 4139 Childhood Development

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