Council of International Schools
Child Protection Foundation Workshop | VIRTUAL
19–21 January 2021
Peer-on-peer abuse, online grooming, intersectionality, race, student voice, effective systems, codes of conduct …
These are just a few of the topics you’ll explore in this workshop as you develop your understanding of the key risks and realities relating to child protection and safeguarding within international school communities.
School leaders and educators will learn and connect on vital and well-established workshop content plus newly developed and timely material in an accessible online format. This virtual workshop is designed by the same global team of experts and collaborators as our in-person workshops.
What can you expect?
Training that is tailored to the needs of international school communities.
Develop a shared understanding of the signs of online grooming and sexual abuse.
Understand the risks associated with bullying and harm between students and how to address these forms of harm effectively by engaging student voice.
Learn about students’ experiences of online harm and how to build skills in your community around online consent, cyber-bullying and online sexual harassment.
All our speakers are members of the International Taskforce on Child Protection (ITFCP).