Wendy Thorogood, Director of the AoCPP, talks to Jahnine Davis about equality, diversity and inclusion within safeguarding.
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In today's episode, our Director Wendy Thorogood is talking to Jahnine Davis, about equality, diversity and inclusion within safeguarding. Including the problems with its current implementation and how the safeguarding sector needs to take seriously the issue in order to better support both service users and colleagues from minoritised groups.
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Jahnine Davis is the Co- Director of the Listen Up Community Interest Company which works to elevate the experience of marginalised young people in child protection and safeguarding. She is a Research in Practice Associate, leading the No Wrong Door and Complex Safeguarding training in Greater Manchester. And a Trustee for Imkaan, the UK’s only second tier organisation supporting black and minoritised women and girls who experience abuse. She also has two decades worth of experience working within children’s services both frontline and in national strategy.
Jahnine manages this while also pursuing a PhD at Kingston University. Researching the ways in which black children communicate experiences of abuse in and outside of the home.
If you would like to hear more from Jahnine about this issue, contact her at email@example.com or find her on twitter at @JahnineDavis
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For those listening in the future, this episode is being recorded and published while the UK (and the world) is deep in the throes of the COVID19 pandemic. Many frontline professionals are finding themselves overworked, time poor and confused as government guidance is changing daily. To alleviate the pressure child protection professionals are under, we have created the AoCPP Podcast, which will provide support to these professionals who continue to serve our country, its vulnerable children, and families, in unprecedented circumstances.