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077 Christina Gabbitas safeguarding author

Posted by on Jun 6, 2017 in Child Abuse, Children, Children & Social Care, Conference, health, Media, Podcasts, safeguarding, Sexual Abuse & Domestic Violence | 0 comments

077 Christina Gabbitas safeguarding author

  An interview with Christina Gabbitas about her book for 5 to 8 year olds on keeping themselves safe and how she is committed to safeguarding children.. Christina is a children’s award winning author, poet and voiceover artist. Christina’s first publications, The Felicity Fly series of books teach childreabout the world around them with fun. Christina is passionate about encouraging children to read and write, winning a national Dame Beryl Bainbridge Award for encouraging children to writeand read. Christina spoke live nationally on Sky...

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076 Bradford VCS Dave Benn

Posted by on Apr 9, 2017 in Children, Children & Social Care, crime, health, Mental Health, neglect, Podcasts, Research, safeguarding, Sexual Abuse & Domestic Violence, Social Work, Training | 0 comments

076 Bradford VCS Dave Benn

Dave is a Barnardo’s Children’s Service Manager in Bradford and is Young Lives Bradford VCS representative on Bradford Safeguarding Children Board.

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075 Interviews and Inquiries-Social Care & Sexual Abuse

Posted by on Feb 27, 2017 in abuse, Child Abuse, Children, Children & Social Care, Conference, government, law, Media, Podcasts, Research, safeguarding, Training, victim | 0 comments

075 Interviews and Inquiries-Social Care & Sexual Abuse

This time I’m looking at a magazine format with two radio interviews and an introduction to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.

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074 Bradford Interviews Supt Damien Miller

Posted by on Jan 12, 2017 in abuse, Child Abuse, Children, Children & Social Care, crime, government, law, Media, Podcasts, Research, safeguarding, Social Work, Training, victim | 0 comments

074 Bradford Interviews  Supt Damien Miller

Damien Miller is a Superintendent within Bradford District who leads on Safeguarding Partnerships.  Within his portfolio he has responsibility for the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH), Child & Adult Safeguarding, Domestic Violence, Safer Schools, Missing People, Mental Health and Families First.  He started in this role in September 2016, but is no stranger to Bradford, having worked in the District for the last five years.  He had responsibility in his previous role for Operational Policing as well as being Project Manager for the...

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072 Bradford interviews CDOP Shirley Briarly

Posted by on Nov 25, 2016 in abuse, Child Abuse, Children & Social Care, crime, health, Media, neglect, Podcasts, policy, Research, safeguarding, Sexual Abuse & Domestic Violence, Social Media, social work education, Training, Training Courses, victim | 0 comments

072 Bradford interviews CDOP Shirley Briarly

This is the second podcast from the Bradford series. Shirley is a Consultant in Public Health for the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council and Chairs the Child Death Overview Panel for the Safeguarding Board. She was a hospital doctor and GP across West Yorkshire for 10 years & also worked in Mozambique for 3 years. She was a GP partner in Bradford district in the inner city for 5 years until 1997. She then re-trained in Public Health from 1999 onwards  and worked across Bradford and Calderdale in a range of roles. Shirley have...

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071 Professor Tan Ngoh Tiong Global Inst of Social Work

Posted by on Nov 20, 2016 in Children, Children & Social Care, government, health, International, law, Mental Health, Podcasts, policy, Research, social work education, Training, Uncategorized | 0 comments

071 Professor Tan Ngoh Tiong Global Inst of Social Work

He is the Chair of the Global Institute of Social Work, was Co-chair of Commonwealth Organization for Social Workers (COSW), Past President of Singapore Association of Social Workers, past Regional President (Asia and Pacific) of International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW)

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070 The Bradford LSCB Interviews 01

Posted by on Nov 2, 2016 in abuse, Child Abuse, Children, Children & Social Care, crime, government, health, law, Learning disability, Media, neglect, Newly qualified social workers, Podcasts, policy, Research, safeguarding, service user, Sexual Abuse & Domestic Violence, Social Work, social work education, Training Courses | 0 comments

070 The Bradford LSCB Interviews 01

This is the first in a series of podcasts looking at the Bradford Safeguarding Children Board which I have the privilage to Chair. Initially, in five interviews with key members of the Board, you will get to experience a flavour of the work of the Board and the people who serve on it. The first is with Michael Jameson.  Michael is the Strategic Director of Children’s Services having responsibility for strategic leadership across education, employment and skills, social care, safeguarding children and youth offending. His stated aim is to work...

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Action For Myalgic Encephalomyelitis ( M E )

Posted by on Oct 27, 2016 in adult care, Children & Social Care, government, health, law, Mental Health, policy, Research, Social Work, Training, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Action For Myalgic Encephalomyelitis ( M E )

Sonya Chowdhury took over as Chief Executive of Action for M.E., the UK’s leading charity for people affected by Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.), in September 2012. Following Sonya’s appointment, Action for M.E. carried out a full root and branch review of its activities, and which led to the publication of a bold and ambitious agenda for change. This led to increased transparency and clarity for the charity which has contributed to a shift to increased collaboration and effectiveness of its work. Sonya is now working with key stakeholders...

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069 Social Work Across the Atlantic

Posted by on Aug 24, 2016 in Children, Children & Social Care, government, health, International, law, Media, Media Training, Podcasts, Social Media, Social Work, social work education, Training, Training Courses | 0 comments

069 Social Work Across the Atlantic

Hello again. This programme features a short radio interview I gave on recruitment , retention and the reasons behind vacancy rates/agency staff numbers. Then my guest is Deona Hooper, based in South Carolina and the founder of  Social Work Helper digital newsletter/magazine.. She describes it as a “woman owned mission driven progress website providing news, information, and resources related to social issues, social justice, social good and human rights issues”. Deona is the Founder, Developer, and Editor-in-Chief of Social Work...

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