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Developing awareness and best practice in relation to young lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and questioning (LGBTQ) young people and CSE

Thursday 24th September 2015 NWG Network Headquarters

The content of the event is learning from practice and research about Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and young lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or trans people. The event is intended to outline key features of CSE in these groups and barriers to recognition and helpseeking. In addition, drawing on the ‘See Me, Hear Me’ framework provided by the Children’s Commissioner report on gangs (2013) some guidance on good practice is given and an Agenda for Change.

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Registration fees can be found on the booking form. If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 227778

Agenda

Thursday 24th September 2015

Please note, lunch will be provided.

10:30Registration & Coffee
11:00Professor Catherine Donovan University of Sunderland
11:45Emilie Smeaton, Paradigm Research
12:30Lunch and networking, extract from ‘They Loved Me. They Loved Me Not.’
13:00Catherine Bewley, Galop
13:45Andrew McGovern SECOS, Barnardos
14:30Discussion for next steps
15:00Refreshment break
15:15Workshop: What should NWG take forward from today? A proposal for a new forum for Marginalised communities. Ray McMorrow NWG Network
16:00AOB Evaluation Close
16:15Event Close

Venue

NWG Network Headquarters

Suite 18, Parker House, Mansfield Road, Derby, DE21 4SZ

Please note, on street parking adjacent to Parker House now requires a parking permit. Permits can be requested from the NWG and must be displayed in the windscreen. Derby Train Station 2 miles away.