Child Financial Exploitation

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At The Children’s Society, we are developing our understanding of the risks linked FE of children and young people and are advocating for professionals to view it as a separate concern, whilst understanding its context within other forms of exploitation. 

At The Children’s Society, we are developing our understanding of the risks linked FE of children and young people and are advocating for professionals to view it as a separate concern, whilst understanding its context within other forms of exploitation. 

In this session for professionals working with children and with young people across the transitional stage in various contexts, we will:  

  • Explore recent learning and emerging insights on FE of children and young people 
  • Share the experience of the Prevention Programme and partners to consider the implications for prevention, safeguarding and responses for exploited young people. 
  • Create an interactive opportunity to share and build knowledge of FE concerns for children and young people in the Northeast.  
  • Provide a space to share current responses to FE in North East and consider how understanding, responses and safeguarding can be improved. 

Please feel free to get in touch with any questions about this session or to discuss any other aspects of TCS Prevention’s child exploitation work in the Northeast (louise.wheeler@childrenssociety.org.uk

This is being held virtually on Thursday 20th October, 2 – 3.30pm, via TEAM (link to session)

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