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Conference coming soon
Conference coming soon
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Training Events for Parents & Practitioners

Rethinking Child Safeguarding in the West Midlands

Rethinking Child Safeguarding in the West Midlands

The last few years have seen far-reaching changes in services to protect and safeguard children across the UK. This, coupled with various cases of child abuse highlighted through serious case reviews reflect that no local authority is immune to incidents of abuse. In light of this, AFRUCA is holding a national conference -- Rethinking Child Safeguarding in the West Midlands on Thursday 16th February 2017...Read More

AFRUCA Workshops on Mental Health & African Children (Liverpool)

AFRUCA Workshops on Mental Health & African Children (Liverpool)

This series of workshops will focus on the important issues of child abuse and exploitation that is linked to culture and religion amongst Black African children and repairing the damage of abuse on mental health. We will utilise an array of learning and teaching styles including small group discussions, experiential hands-on learning, multimedia methods and lecture delivery along with case studies will be interwoven throughout....Read More

Faith Leaders' Summit

Faith Leaders' Summit

As part of AFRUCA's support for faith organisations to safeguard Black African children in the West Midlands, there will be a Faith Leaders' Summit on Saturday 3 December 2016 at The Priory Rooms, Quaker Meeting House, 40 Bull Street, B4 6AF, Birmingham from 10 am to 3 pm. Faith leaders, Safeguarding Officers of faith establishments and workers are all invited. There will be training, review of safeguarding policies, representatives of key statutory agencies and networking on the day. Please pass the information around and more details below....Read More

Our 2016-2017 Practitioners’ Training Brochure is now out. Click to read more here

 

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