Tackling Child Exploitation
TCE is delighted to offer a six-month programme of learning events. The series consists of ‘live’ interactive digital events, podcasts, blogs and vlogs. Centred around themes of ‘risk’, ‘data’ and ‘partnership’, the events focus on insights from our Bespoke Support Projects with local areas, as well as TCE-led action research, communities of practice and learning sets. The events are designed to stimulate reflection and discussion, explore key insights, and connect participants within and across sectors, working to tackle child exploitation and extra-familial harm throughout England. All events and resources will draw on the TCE hallmarks of quality research, practice wisdom and expertise by experience to create accessible and challenging learning and networking opportunities
The programme is aimed at strategic leaders, senior managers and individuals in all roles and agencies who are interested in ideas to support systems improvement. Register now for events via the links below.
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How do education settings and their wider community and safeguarding partners recognise and respond to child exploitation? Explore how we can cultivate more effective multi-agency approaches to address the disproportionate exclusion of exploited children and young people from education.
A 90-minute event with presentation, break out rooms and discussion.
What best enables and supports pro-active and meaningful engagement with a range of partners when tackling child exploitation and extra-familial harm? Explore constructive ways to combine strategies, identify resources and share tools across a partnership.
A 2-hour reflective knowledge exchange event, designed to share ideas and experiences, explore challenges and discuss solutions. Registration will close 2 weeks before the event.
This event will explore place-based, strategic responses that seek to overcome systemic safeguarding challenges, focusing on ideas to strengthen local practice and forge stronger multi-agency risk management approaches.
To help sector leaders and managers get to grips with the challenges they face when developing strong multi-agency partnerships, we offer this opportunity to explore the key strategic and operational steps needed to build and reinforce collaborations to tackle exploitation
Where do such multi-agency conversations about data begin, and how can the barriers to collaboration be overcome? This event will consider the steps needed towards creating a multi-agency, child-exploitation focused data framework.
In order to help shift local area approaches towards multi-agency collaboration on data, analysts need the support of their strategic leaders. We will explore how data analysts and their leaders begin building ‘data bridges’ between agencies in their local area? This event is aimed at data analysts and senior leaders from all agencies working to tackle child exploitation.
This event will explore the challenge of engaging a wider partnership from multiple perspectives exploring which strategies are most effective for ‘reaching out’ as a statutory agency? And for non-statutory partners, how best can you ‘reach in’?
This event will focus on approaches to assessing risk and will share learning from the TCE Programme’s thematic project led by Dr Helen Beckett. Case studies from local areas who are actively working to change their approach to assessing risk outside of the home will also be shared, with the intention to support partners to consider alternatives.
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