Safeguarding in faith communities

The Social Care Institute for Excellence has published a summary of event they held bringing senior UK faith leaders together to talk about safeguarding. The report identifies what is helping and what is hindering safeguarding work in faith communities, lessons learnt on individual journeys of improvement, and what more needs to be done to remove barriers to delivering high-quality safeguarding to keep all children safe.

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