Transitional safeguarding for girls and young women – Dez Holmes

The task facing practitioners working with young people, whether in a safeguarding role or a justice role, is not simply to assess or manage risk – nor is it to only ‘keep them safe’. Rather it is to prepare and equip them with the skills, relational connections and self-belief to lead safe, fulfilling lives.

This requires leaders to think about the whole system, to break down barriers between services or age-groups, and to create the conditions for coherent courageous practice.

Read this important piece in full: HERE

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