Developing contextual responses to the abuse and exploitation of young people


‘Contextual Prevention’ in Australia



Sue Rayment-McHugh and Dimity Adams (Griffith University, Australia) share with us the contextual prevention work they have been leading in Northern Australia, as part of the Griffith Neighbourhoods Projects, in which contextual interventions were used to prevent peer-on-peer abuse in two communities. There are some very interesting parallels with our contextual safeguarding work here in the UK. 

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Posted: 11 Apr 2018

Author: Delphine Peace

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