How do we give voice to sexually exploited young people?
How can we ensure young people influence the development and delivery of sexual exploitation support and prevention services?
For the last 3 years the nia project has been undertaking prevention and participation work around issues of the sexual exploitation of young people. We would now like to share our experiences and other examples of good practice.
This conference aims to:
* Understand how the voices of sexually exploited young people can be heard
* Explore how young people can influence the development and delivery of services that support sexually exploited children and young people.
When: 18th October 2010, 9.30 – 16.30
Where: The Tomlinson Centre, Queensbridge Road, Hackney
This event is for commissioners, strategic and operational managers and practitioners.
‘What are the benefits of attending?’
* To celebrate examples of good practice in participatory work
* To share practical tools for use in delivering participatory work
* To hear from young people about how they understand sexual exploitation, how they want services to run and how they can be involved
* To explore ways that services can reach all young people including BAMER young people and young men and involve them in service delivery
* To hear what young people want from professionals and services in supporting their risk to sexual exploitation
Further details of the event are to follow soon. In the interim if you would like more details please contact: Jennifer Parnham on: 020 7683 1270 ext: 228 or email@example.com