The BAME Fundraising Support Programme In partnership with VAC, Ubele and The All Ways Network is funded by the London Borough of Camden. The programme aims to support BAME voluntary and community sector organisations based in the London Borough of Camden, to increase their fundraising capacity and build their networks, bid preparation and writing capacity. […]
Private fostering is an arrangement where a child or young person under the age of 16 is looked after full time for more than 27 days by an adult who is not their parent, step-parent, grandparent or legal guardian. As part of our Protecting Children in the Community Podcast series, VAC’s Safeguarding Lead Dianne Carlton-Ogunyemi […]
Podcast Link between VAC’s Safeguarding lead Dianne Carlton-Ogunyemi, Suzie Yassin and Jane Murphy from Camden can be found here The National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education (NRCSE) is a strategic and support organisation for community-led supplementary schools and the wider community education sector across England. We are a national champion for excellence, innovation and […]
Anyone can be a victim of Domestic abuse, regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, socio-economic status, sexuality or background.
With shocking statistics revealing that domestic violence has surged nationally since the start of the corona-virus lockdown, VAC’s Safeguarding Lead talks to Brian Reilly, Training manager at the National Centre for Domestic Violence.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Barnardo’s, in partnership with The Department for Education (DfE), will be delivering a new and innovative programme across England that aims to support the most vulnerable children and young people who are often hidden from view. We would like to hear from any BAME organisations working with or delivering services to: *Under 5’s […]
In our first series of interviews, VAC’s Safeguarding Lead talks to Leethen Bartholomew, Head of The National FGM Centre, about the rise in Domestic Violence and child neglect cases, emerging stories of faith groups promoting and selling Covid-19 protection and miracle cures and the recent data that black, asian and ethnic minorities are being dis proportionally effected by Covid-19.
A group of charity sector organisations have secured National Lottery funding to develop a range of podasts, videos and other digital resources to help improve safeguarding.
This is a news story from the Independent….
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!