This short video provides an overview of contextual safeguarding and what it means in practice for different social contexts.
This short video provides a brief introduction to the principles of Contextual Safeguarding.
This video provides an accessible overview of Pierre Bourdieu's social theory which underpins Contextual Safeguarding.
Carlene Firmin (International Centre) speaks on safeguarding teenagers from sexual exploitation and violence outside the home, and the importance of taking a contextual approach, in this video.
In this video Danielle Fritz (International Centre) reflects on what contextual safeguarding means to practitioners.
Jenny Lloyd (International Centre) talks about peer group mapping and the importance of considering peer groups when assessing risk for extra-familial abuse.
Research findings from the Contextual Safeguarding project on schools responses to sexual image sharing with suggestions to schools
In this Video Lia Latchford outlines the importance of involving schools in the response to peer on peer abuse and what this might look like in practice.
Belen Bueso-Alberdi (Targeted Youth Worker, London Borough of Barnet) and Danielle Fritz discuss intervening in young people's social spaces through detached youth work in this video. For more information, please see our briefing on detached youth work provision.
In this video George Curtis (International Centre) outlines research findings on peer on peer child sexual exploitation.
Research findings from the first phase of the Securing Safety study, on the rate, cost and impact of relocations of young people in response to extra-familial harm. This animation is based on a published paper available here.