The University of Edinburgh/NSPCC Centre for UK-wide Learning in Child Protection And Scottish Women's Aid Connie Smith, Marian Grimes, Fiona Morrison, Claire Houghton, Anne Stafford
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2. DESIGN AND STRUCTURE OF THE EVENTS
3. ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Sessions 1 and 2 - (Proposals 1, 2, 3) - Why adults should listen to us
Session 3 - (Proposals 13, 14, 16) - Support I Need
Session 4 - (Proposals 4, 9, 10) - Help from others
Session 5 - (Proposals 15, 8, 11, 7) - Keeping Children Safe
Session 6 - (Proposals 5 & 6) - Getting the message out
5. CONCLUSIONS: Major Themes
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