EduCare NWG Webinars

Reframe the blame: Exploitation webinars

Rather than focusing on just the appearance or the actions of a young person or group, professionals need to ‘reframe the blame’ and take a contextual safeguarding approach.

In a series of two webinars hosted by EduCare and nwg, we followed the story of Billie to find out more about the models, myths and misconceptions of exploitation and why children should never be seen as “problems” but victims. Below you can download full recordings of these webinars and watch them anytime.

Reframe the blame - Child Exploitation

Recognising that the children involved in CSE are victims is starting to be better understood, but we still have a long way to go across many agencies and also within our communities

In this first webinar in our ‘Reframe the blame’ series we meet Billie and follow their story as they meet a new set of friends and experience a range of different exploitation models. The webinar covers the models in detail and will show professionals how Billie is groomed and exploited.

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Reframe the blame – The Importance of Language

When discussing children and young people who have been exploited it is important that appropriate terminology is used. In this webinar we look more closely at myths and misconceptions of exploitation and consider how language can imply the child or young person is to blame.

We continue to follow Billie as they seem to be exploiting their own family and peers. We will ask you to consider if Billie is a victim or perpetrator.

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