Too many children being taken into care because of what is regarded as "inappropriate chastisement".
Child beating cases go to court unnecessarily
Too many cases are ending up in the courts unnecessarily because social workers are in fear after Baby P, Victoria Climbie. A barrister, who worked on the Victoria Climbie inquiry, has warned there are too many children being taken into care because of what is regarded as "inappropriate chastisement" but she also stressed unreasonable chastisement was abuse and "doesn't work in any culture". She praised Justice Pauffley who recently said authorities needed to make allowances for a "cultural context" in cases involving children, as "thinking outside the box"
The Nigeria Community at Nigeria High Commission in London.
To educate and raise awareness on the increase in safeguarding issues within the Nigeria Comunity in the UK and bring together parents, leaders, and profesionals to find a way forward.
2017 Youth Achivement
Celebration of Youth Achivement 2017 to raise awareness and youth as catalyst of change in conjuction with launching of Anti-Social Behaviour info Booklet and Nigeria Orphanage project with RAVENSBOURNE COLLEGE.
Previous activities/training programmes from World of Hope
November 2011 World of Hope continue the campaign against Domestic Violence. Mayor of Southwark CllrLorraine Lauder MBE joined our Campaign. World of Hope Girl peer Mentor explaining their DV project information to the public