This resource aims to raise awareness about the additional vulnerability of deaf and disabled children to abuse and neglect, and to help everyone who works with children know how they can safeguard deaf and disabled children more effectively.
If you suspect or believe a child is suffering or is likely to suffer significant harm including any form of mistreatment or abuse please contact Children's Social Care's Advice, Contact & Assessment Service on (01273) 295920
Up to 6,500 girls are at risk of female genital mutilation (FGM) in the UK each year. More than 125 million girls and women alive today have been cut in the 29 countries in Africa and Middle East where FGM is concentrated. Brighton & Hove Local Safeguarding Children Board, and Safe in the City's Violence Against Women & Girls Programme Board, have joined together to hold the first of many Interagency Forums, exploring issues that effect the safety of children & adults in our city, provoking discussion and nurturing partnership working across organisational boundaries. This is a free multi-agency event, for anyone working with girls, women or families in Brighton & Hove. Join us to raise awareness of FGM, understand the risk indicators behind it, and promote the help & support available. This is an opportunity to discuss practice in Brighton & Hove, and put questions to a panel including representatives from the NHS, Education Services, Partnership Community Safety Team, BME Peer Education Project & Sussex Police. This event will be opened by Pinaki Ghoshal, Director of Children's Service, Brighton & Hove City Council. For more information please email LSCB@Brighton-Hove.gov.uk or telephone 01273 292379
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