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Contextual Safeguarding: What is it, why is it important, what next?

Contextual Safeguarding is a term which is used increasingly widely. Professor Carlene Firmin is the prime originator of the concept and has developed contextual safeguarding work in the field with children’s social workers and other agencies.

In this webinar she will talk about the concept, what it means in practice and what might be the future of contextual safeguarding. Recently appointed to a Professorship in Sociology at the University of Durham, Carlene is one of the UK’s youngest black professors. This webinar will be of vital interest to front line social workers, managers and policy.

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