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Girls Talk: Messages from research and practice & Boys 2: Messages from research



Start:
17.07.18
End:
17.07.18

Venue:
The OpTIC Centre,
St Asaph Business Park

Organiser:
Barnardo’s Cymru

Barnardo’s Cymru have the pleasure to invite you to join us for

Girls Talk: Messages from research and practice

Girls Talk, a three year research project into assessment and responses with girls who demonstrate harmful sexual behaviours. The project led to the development of a resource pack around standardised measures and interventions, and

Boys 2: Messages from research

Boys and young men are a largely hidden group in the child sexual abuse and exploitation field and we will consider lessons learned from research and practise findings from a Barnardo’s national project.   Working alongside boys and young men, research findings led to the development of a professional toolkit to support improved identification, assessment and intervention with boys and young men who have experienced child sexual abuse and exploitation.

9.30          Arrival and refreshments
10.00        Welcome and introduction
10.15        Why Girls Talk
10.30        Messages from research and quantitative findings
11.00        Amy’s story
11.10        Messages from practice and Work book
12.00        Lunch
12.45        Boys 2 research findings
13.05        Messages from research
13.25        Practice development; Practitioners and survivors
13.45        Question time

You are welcome to circulate to colleagues and networks.

The OpTIC Centre, St Asaph Business Park, LL17 0JD on Tuesday 17th July

RSVP gabe.marshall@barnardos.org.uk

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