Supporting curiosity & providing challenge
Engaging professionals & organisations to critically reflect on approaches to child safeguarding
Research and Evaluation
We undertake commissioned and independent research which specifically focuses on traditionally unheard experiences in child protection and safeguarding. Some of our current research explores the inclusivity and accessibility of services. Current evaluation projects include assessing outcomes for children and young people referred to child sexual abuse services.
Consultation and Learning
Whether providing consultation or facilitating learning, our support is designed to inspire, challenge and build confidence. We work closely with services and organisations to design bespoke packages to meet local needs. Some of our current work includes consultation support, developing service models and approaches and providing workshops.
Our publications are aimed at wide variety of audiences. We use various formats to share our learning and latest thinking. Recent publications include: ‘Boys to men: the cost of adutlification in safeguarding responses to Black boys’, ‘Hypervisible and invisible children in child exploitation’ and ‘Where are the Black girls in CSA services, statistics and research?’