For the past 8 years I have been delivering training sessions on ‘Safeguarding Children’ and ‘Harmful Practices’ to BAMER community, faith groups and supplementary schools in Camden. These sessions are delivered as part of the Community Partnership Project, funded by Camden Council’s Children Safeguarding Board. The project has been running since 2007 to address issues […]
Here you can read online or download all the project Annual Reports and Evaluation Reports relating to the project since it began in 2007. Happy reading!
Take a look at the latest project statistics as well as an archive of project stats relating to earlier years.
We have produced a child safeguarding information pack for voluntary and community organisations with useful advice, tips and contact information to help groups in their work to keep children safe and well. Click on the link for the Guide to Developing a CP Policy within all Services and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) If safeguarding children […]
The “Let us talk about it” project aimed to engage in an innovative way the young generation of Somalis living in Camden and to raise awareness of the practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) as a harmful, illegal practice and a child protection issue. This reports looks at the aims and objectives of the project as well as the methodology used and resulting findings and reccommendations.
Asha Kin Duale, VAC’s Community Parntership Advisor, speaking on Camden Community Radio station about the need to eradicate FGM.
In 2006 and in response to Lord Laming’s Inquiry on the Victoria Climbie serious case review, eight London Boroughs pulled resources together in partnership with the Department for Education and the Home Office, to pilot the Community Partnership Advisory Service (CPAS). Currently funded by the London Borough of Camden, the service aims to work around specific […]