This document helps practitioners to understand Public Health, Problem-solving and Contextual Safeguarding approaches as three complementary evidence-based approaches to violence reduction.
To inform our Securing Safety research study, we are conducting a rapid review of literature to identify the extent to which the use of ‘out-of-home’ care and secure facilities in response to child exploitation and trafficking occurs in countries beyond the UK. We would be grateful for any relevant literature or examples of agencies/organisations involved in placement decisions, or the delivery of placements, for adolescents impacted by exploitation, crime and other forms of harm outside of their family homes. Please send any contribution to email@example.com by 23 April 2021.
This briefing explores the relationship between Contextual Safeguarding and Signs of Safety – and ways that these two approaches can work together when safeguarding young people affected by extra-familial harm, as well as assessing and intervening with extra-familial contexts and groups.
This briefing explores the relationship between Contextual Safeguarding and Relationship-based Practice within social care and related youth and community work. It considers the potential for bringing these two ideas together to create child protection practices that use relationships to build safety in extra-familial contexts.