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Angkor Wat International Half Marathon

On Sunday 3 December, Pene Turnell will participate in the 21-kilometre Angkor Wat International Half Marathon, outside of Siem Reap in Cambodia. Pene, Resolutions' Signs of Safety Practice and Learning Methods Coordinator, will run alongside Tara Winkler and Pon Jedtha, the founders of the Cambodian Children’s Trust (CCT) in Battambang, and others in the CCT team.
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/ November 30, 2017
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The best Gathering yet!

From 24-26 October 2017 we saw the first International Gathering to be held in Missouri, where their state-wide implementation of Signs of Safety is into its third year. The theme for this gathering was celebrating everyday successes. In our challenging work, we all need to be reminded to keep doing so.
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/ November 30, 2017
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Second Signs of Safety England Innovation Project

The second wave Signs of Safety England Innovation Project (EIP) was launched on 29 September 2017 with leaders from the ten local authorities (Bexley, Brent, Bristol, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Wakefield, West Sussex and Wokingham) coming together with Munro, Turnell and Murphy Child Protection Consulting
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/ October 19, 2017
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2017 International Gathering Program Now Available

The program for the 2017 International Signs of Safety Gathering has been published, and is available to download here. It contains the complete schedule of presentations as well as a brief outline of what each of them will be about. There is …
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/ September 22, 2017
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The Cambodians are Coming to Kansas City!

The October Signs of Safety Gathering in Kansas City will be even more international this year, with the first ever presentations from Cambodia. Two years ago, social workers from the Cambodian Children’s Trust (CCT) and Children’s Future (CFI) in Battambang …
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/ September 15, 2017
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Final report of the external evaluation for Signs of Safety EIP published

Authors Mary Baginsky et.al. recognised that Signs of Safety has become one of the most widely adopted research-based programmes aimed at improving practice in child protection services in England. They report that social work managers and social workers in the 10 local authorities were overwhelmingly positive about the benefits of Signs of Safety in supporting children, providing fresh opportunities for social workers to involve families to a much greater extent than had been the case previously.
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Successful funding of second Signs of Safety English Innovations Project

Today the United Kingdom's Department for Education and Spring Consortium announced £1.95 million in funding over two years to support the second phase of the Signs of Safety English Innovations Project (EIP). Munro, Turnell and Murphy Child Protection Consultancy welcomed the approval of the Minister for Children Service’s for their EIP to continue the work of building great children services in England.
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