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Preventing Abuse - Protecting Children

You can find our 'Post Grant Report' here.

 

WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO

Through previous work in the charity sector and speaking with schools all over the North West, our Trustee's saw that there was a need for educational workshops on a number of safeguarding issues that we felt children and young people have to face in society today.  Being parents ourselves we felt passionate about starting our own charity to offer help, advice and support.


We provide tailor made workshops covering hard hitting topics such as (including but not exclusive to) Gang and Knife Crime, FGM, Forced Marriage, Honour Based Violence and Domestic Abuse.  These workshops are delivered direct in Schools, Pupil Referral Units, Colleges and Community Groups. P2P offer these services within the context of promoting healthy lifestyles, positive behaviours and improving self-esteem including improving their mental health.
 

As a charity, we rely heavily on grant aid and financial support from the general public to produce and deliver our workshops, and research shows that as children face new issues that constantly arise and present problems for young people that our projects should be made permanent.
 

We also offer training workshops to professionals (e.g. teachers) so they can identify the signs and symptoms of those in need and ensure they are fully informed on topics such as whistleblowing and safeguarding, our aim is to allow them to develop talking strategies and support mechanisms to use with the children should problems arise. 

WHAT WE OFFER

We offer bespoke, interactive facilitated based workshops in the following formats: 1-hour short courses, 1-2 hour and half day courses available. Level 1 – Introduction | Level 2 - In-Depth | Level 3 - Strategic Managers.

 

All subjects have a CPD accredited module for Professionals. We also provide course for the Police, Health and Social Care Professionals, Teachers and Tutors and non-NGO’s.
 

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GANG
&KNIFE CRIME

Expected Learning Outcomes:


That participants will possess knowledge and understanding about:


• Prevention tactics from Gang recruitment and radicalisation.
• Promoting healthy and active lifestyles.
• How to build and maintain self-esteem, with the aim of mitigating anti-social and criminal behaviours.
• How to better respond to local community problems.

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COUNTY LINES

Expected Learning Outcomes:


That participants will possess knowledge and understanding about:


• What County Lines is and how it operates and why young people are targeted.
• The different types of street drugs and methods taken.
• How to detect risk and vulnerability in line with safeguarding and child protection procedures.
• The process of safeguarding and whom to report concerns to.
• Therapeutic intervention is available (EFT)

DRUG & ALCOHOL ABUSE

Expected Learning Outcomes:


That participants will possess knowledge and understanding about:


• Participants will have a better understanding of what drug and alcohol abuse is, and how it may appear.
• Participants will know about all the risks and health implications of drugs and alcohol.
• Participants will have a better understanding of how to manage addictions, and where to seek help and support.

 

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BULLYING
& HARASSMENT

Expected Learning Outcomes:


That participants will possess knowledge and understanding about:

• Participants will have a better understanding about what Bullying and Harassment consists of.
• Participants will have a better understanding of the effects of being a victim/survivor.
• Better understanding of the long-term issues.
• Will have a better understanding of how to protect themselves.
• Will be informed of where to seek help.

 

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE &ABUSE

Expected Learning Outcomes:


That participants will possess knowledge and understanding about:

• Participants have a better understanding of what Domestic Violence and Abuse consists of.
• Participants have a better understanding of UK Law and Legislation.
• Participants have increased knowledge of the short and long-term effects of Domestic Violence and Abuse.
• Participants will have an increased knowledge of where to get continued help and support.

 

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ONLINE SAFETY

Expected Learning Outcomes:


That participants will possess knowledge and understanding about:


• Participants have a better understanding of the importance of Online Safety.
• Participants have a better understanding of the risks involved being ‘online’.
• Participants have a better understanding of Laws and Legislation.
• Participants will know where to turn for support.

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GROOMING&CSE &CCE

Expected Learning Outcomes:


That participants will possess knowledge and understanding about:
• What County Lines is and how it operates and why young people are targeted.
• The different types of street drugs and methods taken.
• How to detect risk and vulnerability in line with safeguarding and child protection procedures.
• The process of safeguarding and whom to report concerns to.
• The different agencies who provide help and support.
• Therapeutic intervention is available (EFT)

Expected Learning Outcomes:


That participants will possess knowledge and understanding about:


• Participants have a better understanding of Grooming and all aspects of child exploitation.
• Participants have a better understanding of the impacts and risks of becoming a victim.
• Participants understand the role of the National Crime Agency.
• Knowledge to be able to detect identify the risks, and where to get continued help and support

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FGM& FORCED MARRIAGE

Expected Learning Outcomes:


That participants will possess knowledge and understanding about:


• Participants possess knowledge and better understanding of what FGM is.
• Better understanding of the cultural aspects associated with FGM.
• Knowledge and understanding of FGM law and the serious crime act.
• Knowledge and understanding of supporting survivors including their physical and psychological symptoms.
• Understand the importance of a multi-agency approach to FGM.

 

MENTAL HEALTH

Expected Learning Outcomes:


That participants will possess knowledge and understanding about:

• Participants will have a better understanding of the importance of good mental health.
• Participants will have a better understanding of the long-term implications of mental health issues.
• Participants will have a better understanding of UK Legislation.
• Participants will know what support and therapies are available to assist with Mental Health issues.

 

 
 

OUR PARTNERSHIPS

with Angie Marriott RN. LLB Hons. MSc Gender Based Diversity & Safeguarding Consultant 
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Angie Marriott is a Gender Based Diversity Safeguarding Consultant and Registered Nurse with expertise in Honour Based Violence (HBV), Forced Marriage (FM), Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Safeguarding and Breast Ironing.

 

Angie completed a Key Skills Management Diploma in 2009, graduated with a Law Degree in 2010, and her Master’s Degree in 2016 in Diversity Management. Her dissertation was on improving service provision for BME victims of DV, HBV, FM and FGM by identifying gaps in police knowledge and improving confidence in policing. Angie has campaigned for the eradication of FGM from being a gynaecology nurse in 1988.

 

She provides training and consultancy in HBV, county lines, community engagement, employment law, breast ironing, alcohol substance abuse and mental health issues to name but a few. 

 

​Angie is a formidable asset to our community and brings an unwavered determination 'running focus groups to educate men and women about the UK law, safeguarding and the long-term health implications of FGM'. 

 

A copy of Angie's bio can be viewed here.

 

OUR DONORS & SUPPORTERS

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       Salford Branch

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The Sydney Black Charitable Trust

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GET IN TOUCH

We'd love to hear from you! If you would like to work with us, or find out more about our work and upcoming projects, we recommend emailing us for a quicker response.

GRG House, Cobden Street, Salford, Greater Manchester, M6 6NA

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