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Alumni Law Networking event 9 July 2010
Tom Mortimer, Acting Head Anglia Law School Head of International Law Unit, introducing Richard Jobling, Managing Director, The Company Warehouse
Tom Mortimer being presented with £10,000 sponsorship for our International Law Unit, kindly donated by Richard Jobling, Managing Director, The Company Warehouse
George Anang’a presentation on 'Child Rights from a African perspective’
Jane Martin – giving a presentation on ‘Trafficking Victims - myths, complexity and naivety’.
Lynda Ketteridge - Young Victims of Crime Services Manager Chloe McNamara - Restorative Justice caseworker
Donna Lumley - Restorative Justice caseworker and Sara McParland - Restorative Justice caseworker
George Anang’a and alumnus, Roy Howland Alumni networking
Guests from Citizens Advice Bureau Alumni; Noel Thomas & Roy Howland
Flying After Diving: History, Research & Guidelines
Teen Violence The sad reality. How likely is it that you or someone you know will be a victim of violence? About 1/3 of the victims of violent crimes.
Offending Crime and Justice Survey Headline results from the 2005 survey.
Children,Poverty, Resilience and Criminal Justice Helen Codd
Ynys Saff: Providing a safe island for children and young people who have experienced sexual victimisation Amanda Robinson School of Social Sciences Roxanne.
Council of Europe, Seminar, One in five Campaign and Strategic Action plan, the 9 th February 2012 The key to uncovering child sexual abuse: the child-friendly.
Poverty 2014 Young and Old. Do we have the skill? Do we have the will?
What is SCWC? SCWC in Nicaragua. SCWC in context. Why football? What next?
Priority Youth Offender Project Alice Chapman Director Youth Conference Service Youth Justice Agency.
The Obligation to Protect and Assist Child Victims of Human Trafficking Research Investigator: Maria Glynn.
Update by: Social Affairs Department African Union Commission (AUC) Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 1 AFRICAN UNION COMMISSION: DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AFFAIRS African.
June 2007: Received Letter from OSHA Area Director about meeting. July 2007: first meeting to see how many were interested in starting a safety network.
Calderdale Children & Young Peoples Service
Jurisdiction- court and police agencies authority to process a case.
Government Test Review 1. Click to view the question. 2. Think about the answer. 3. Click to view the answer. 4. Click to view the next question. GOOD.
Consultative Meeting on Strengthening Partnerships with National Rapporteurs on Trafficking in Persons and Equivalent Mechanisms May 2013.
PCCYFS 2012 Annual Spring Conference Crossing Borders: Immigration Issues In The Child Welfare System Presented By: Benjamin Drinen, Esq.
Valuing People Now Annual Review on 23 April 09 Presentation by Berge Kanikanian & David Cooper.
You thought slavery and human trafficking ended with Wilberforce? There are more slaves now than in An estimated 27 million.
Specialist Showcasing Presented by: Madeleine Heath & Josie Smith Wirringa Baiya ABORIGINAL WOMEN’S LEGAL CENTRE Inc.
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