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Social World Podcast

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23:00

7 Sep 2021

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7 Sep 2021

 

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Social World Podcast: Safeguarding Young People

David Niven has over 35 years of national and international experience in the field of social welfare. He is recognised as an independent expert on matters of child protection and parenting and have a broad, continuing, experience with the media.

My guest is Sarah Goff, Development Manager – Safeguarding Young People. Sarah is ACT Disabled Young People Manager, she has over twenty years’ experience in the fields of child protection and social care. She is an expert in the field of safeguarding disabled children and her interests include the impact of domestic abuse and child sexual exploitation.

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COMPASS

Conference

08:30

4 Oct 2021

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4 Oct 2021

 

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The COMPASS Jobs Fair, Birmingham

COMPASS team

Come and spend the day finding the latest employment, training and career development opportunities in social work and social care in Birmingham and throughout the UK.

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Care Review Watch Alliance

Podcast

23:00

25 Aug 2021

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25 Aug 2021

 

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Alissa Ruane and Robin Sen discuss the Care Review's 'Case for Change'

Social worker Alissa Ruane and social work lecturer Robin Sen discuss the recently published 'Case for Change' document from the current Review of Children's Social Care in England.

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Social World Podcast

Podcast

23:00

2 Sep 2021

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2 Sep 2021

 

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Social World Podcast: How safeguarding has changed and the challenges for the future

David Niven has over 35 years of national and international experience in the field of social welfare. He is recognised as an independent expert on matters of child protection and parenting and have a broad, continuing, experience with the media.

My guest is Michael Hames, safeguarding expert, who I’ve known for 25 years and whom i have worked with on several initiatives and investigations starting when he was at Scotland Yard.

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No Borders Training & Events

Podcast

23:00

28 Jul 2021

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28 Jul 2021

 

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Podcast Special - The National Adoption Strategy

Scott is a Voluntary Public Relations Director for the Haven Hub – Suicide Prevention and Peer Support in Ireland, and provides representation for the local service. Currently Scott work at Adoptionplus, and is the founder and co-host of “The Adoption & Fostering Podcast” and “The No Borders Podcast”.

Al has worked within Fostering and moved to be an Independent Social Worker in 2015 specialising in fostering, supporting adoptive parents and managing challenging and aggressive behaviour. He has been an active blogger and is the founder and co-host of “The Adoption & Fostering Podcast” and “The No Borders Podcast”.

In this episode we unpack the newly released DfE National Adoption Strategy for England. It can be read here We consider how it was put together and the specific parts of the document.

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