Category Archive

News

placeholder

Against Orphanages: An Impassioned Plea

by Professor Andrew Turnell Please read this article: https://www.antislavery.org/orphanage-trafficking/ The over-developed, over-commodified, colonising rich world is playing out its shadow side and desire to feel good about itself in orphanages across the developing world. Well-meaning people like ourselves through our desire …
More

placeholder

Dublin Gathering: Almost Sold Out

Ireland has to be one of the friendliest places on the planet! You get off the plane, and not only do the Dublin taxi drivers regale you with stories, even the immigration officers welcome you and speak to you by …
More

/ September 6, 2018
placeholder

Northern Ireland Implements Signs of Safety

Northern Ireland Implements Signs of Safety The implementation of Signs of Safety across all of Northern Ireland launched on 27 June 2018. Northern Ireland children’s services are delivered through five Trusts that are part of the National Health Service. The …
More

/ July 31, 2018
placeholder

In pursuit of smooth and easy

Using the Signs of Safety with children in residential care Many professionals ask, how do you use Signs of Safety with children in care and in residential placements? We have invited Noriko Okano from Japan to make this presentation at …
More

/ June 22, 2018
placeholder

New Events Added to the Gathering

There have been two new events for leaders and practitioners added to ‪the ‬Gathering! ‪Signs of Safety Leaders Day and Tusla site visits. Signs of Safety Leaders Day This event is all about “Forging organisations that support the practice” and …
More

/ June 20, 2018
placeholder

Hiring: Signs of Safety Implementation Coordinator

Resolutions is looking for a full-time Signs of Safety Implementation Coordinator. The position will involve oversight of all the Signs of Safety implementations around the world with specific focus on implementations being run by Resolutions (which currently include Alberta, Peel, Bruce Grey, Ontario, …
More

/ May 25, 2018