Brighton and Hove Safeguarding Children Partnership (BHSCP) are hosting thematic training sessions throughout BHSCP Safeguarding Week 2022. This year’s theme is tackling disadvantage in Brighton and Hove – for ‘A Fairer Brighton and Hove’. This includes a one-day conference on Anti-racist Practice featuring Jahnine Davis – Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel member and Director of Listen Up as the keynote speaker.
Demographics in Brighton and Hove have changed with an increasing number of residents identifying as non-White British ethnicity. Racism can be covert and overt; racism is when a person is treated worse, excluded, disadvantaged, harassed, bullied, humiliated, or degraded because of their race or ethnicity. Racism has also been identified and discussed in some local and national Safeguarding Practice Reviews – both published and currently unpublished.
Tickets are available on a first come first served basis to safeguarding practitioners and BHSCP partners working with children and young people in Brighton and Hove only. BHSCP partners and colleagues include – Brighton and Hove City Council (Families, Children and Learning), Sussex Police, NHS Sussex ICB/NHS, and community/voluntary organisations. Virtual workshops, podcasts, and webinars covering Anti-racist Practice and wider disadvantage will be available throughout the week with a Daily Bulletin offering links to online resources and workshop updates.
Book your place today via www.eventbrite.co.uk
Please contact BHSCP@brighton-hove.gov.uk with any queries.