Working With Young Women & Girls Affected by Gangs & County Lines

Event Code LSCP 21/1045
Event Description This 3-hour webinar is for anyone working with girls and young women who have been affected by gangs and county lines.

Delivered by practitioners from Abianda, a London based social enterprise that works with young women affected by gangs and county lines, and the professionals who support them.

You will explore the stereotypes, myths and barriers girls and women and face when accessing support around this challenging aspect of safeguarding and child protection.

You will also examine what best practice should look like when you are working to support young women and girls affected by gangs and county lines.

IMPORTANT
To be able to participate in this webinar you must have the following:
  • Access to a computer, or laptop.
  • Access to the Internet,
  • A web camera with microphone.
  • SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueRoom NameMapInternal LA costPVI/Care Provider costPartnership costExternal cost
    Session 1Monday
    8 March 2021
    10:00 - 13:00Online LearningTBA£0£0£60
    Subject areas Children and Young People / Community Safety / Foster Care / Learning Difficulties / Safeguarding / Social Work
    Target audience
    Care Homes / Children Services / Early Help / Foster Carers / Managers / New Starters / PVI Sector - Children / Voluntary Community Groups / WSCC Staff / Youth Workers
    target audience
    Course Owner Learning and Development Admin (learninganddevelopment@westsussex.gov.uk)
    Trainers
    Lucy Short
    tutors
    Training objectives The aim of this webinar is to support you to increase your recognition of how young women and girls are affected by gangs and county lines, identify what prevents them from seeking help, and enable you to learn how to respond to young women and girls affected by gangs and county lines.