BASPCAN-commissioned research promotes family involvement in case reviews

A STUDY OF FAMILY INVOLVEMENT IN CASE REVIEWS: MESSAGES FOR POLICY AND PRACTICE Commissioned by the British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse […]

The Victoria Climbie Foundation: Understanding how politics and psychology theories can be applied in practice

A Short Study by Year 12 (Politics and Psychology) Student “During my work shadowing week I went to work with the Victoria Climbié Foundation (VCF) based […]
New data available for CALFB

National Action Plan to tackle child abuse linked to faith or belief

On 14 August 2012, the Government launched its National Action Plan to tackle child abuse linked to faith or belief, informed by a Working Group comprising […]

Why contempt for families often overrides the protection of children

How many times do we advocate the oft-used phrase ‘Safeguarding Children is Everyone’s Responsibility’. Whilst at a basic human level this is indeed true, these words […]

It is not illegal to believe in witchcraft, for many it has its roots in ancient traditions…

In the wake of the Kristy Bamu trial that led to the sentencing of his sister Magalie, and her partner Eric Bikubi for murder, VCF attempts […]