Responding to child sexual abuse: learning from children’s services in Wales’ report is now live on the CSA Centre website, They have also published a briefing paper setting out the CSA Centre’s recommendations for local and national policy makers and services in light of the report findings.
The Older People’s Commissioner for Wales has published a new report, Leave no-one behind: Action for an age-friendly recovery The report examines the significant impact that Covid-19 has had on older people throughout Wales, and sets out the action needed across a number of key areas – including social care and health, the economy, and – Read more..
Stop It Now! Wales are running several projects on preventing child sexual abuse. Read more about their work here:
A round up of online safety news, resources, events and competitions for learners, their parents/carers, education practitioners and governors: https://hwb.gov.wales/zones/online-safety/news/articles/8797a6c6-4ecd-454d-a1ce-9d090d3282c3
On 13th May 2020 the consultation ‘ Coronavirus and Me’ was launched to find out the experiences of children and young people in Wales. Over 23,700 children and young people aged 3-18 shared their views. This initial report contains an overview of results from the consultation:
The Welsh Government has produced this non-statutory guide to remind practitioners working across agencies of their responsibilities to safeguard children and to support them in responding to concerns about children at risk.