A web-based resource, initially launched in November 2010 by the North South Ministerial Council to enable child-protection staff working on both sides of the border to have immediate access to the most up-to-date information and research on child protection, is about to be extended at no charge, to small and medium sized voluntary and community groups located in Northern Ireland and the border counties of the Republic of Ireland.
The North South Child Protection Hub is a dedicated web-based child protection resource
So if your group or organisation meets the necessary eligibility criteria, and is interested in having quick and easy access to all the latest information on a wide range of child protection topics, then sign-up to avail of free membership to the North South Child Protection Hub (NSCPH).
Registration forms can be downloaded from www.cawt.com/nscph
and completed forms must be returned by 6 February, 2012. This unique opportunity has come about with funding made available from the European’s Union’s INTERREG IVA programme via Cooperation and Working Together (CAWT), the cross border health and social care partnership.
The North South Child Protection Hub is a dedicated web-based child protection resource which brings together in one place, all available information in the field of child protection from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, along with publications from other parts of the UK, and international sources. It is updated daily and includes information on policy and practice guidance, inspection reports, serious case reviews, court judgements, news articles and other printed and video publications in the field of child protection.
For further information please contact Marianne Walsh, CAWT Project Manager, Riverview House, Abercorn Road, Derry – Londonderry, BT48 6SB T: 028/048 71 272 100 / E: Marianne.firstname.lastname@example.org