Exploring Abuse Prevention when working with Young People
May 25 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
This session will take place online via Zoom.
This session explores what we can do to make sure that young people stop getting abused, taking these techniques forward in a positive manner.
A thought-provoking presentation on what we can do as adults to make sure young people stop getting abused. Exploring our role in this.
This presentation is aimed at adults who work or volunteer with young people.
This presentation has been made possible by TopeLine. They are a charity who support 13-18 year olds in Suffolk and Norfolk who are currently going through an abusive situation or struggling with the memories of one. Their website can be found here – www.tope.org.uk
The trainer will open up an ‘Ask me anything’ style Q&A at the end of the presentation for anyone that has questions.
The aim of the course is for us all to explore the possibilities there are to keep children safe and also how to support children who have fallen victim to these crimes.
Meet the trainer
Jeremy Indika has dedicated his life to the prevention of child abuse. His journey started when he began sharing his story online. He continues to break down the stigma and encourage conversations around these difficult subjects. More on Jeremy can be found on his website – www.jeremyindika.com