Peer group mapping: practitioners briefing: Learning Project 2 summary of findings
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AbstractThe purpose of Learning Project 2 was to understand how practitioners develop and use peer-group maps and/or generate knowledge on a young person’s peer associations in order to assess their vulnerability and/or as a means of developing a plan to keep them safe. In this briefing we highlight benefits of peer group mapping ,pulling out examples of good practice and enablers for effective implementation, as well as outlining ethical considerations and practical barriers that practitioners are facing. The Learning Project was informed by practitioners operating in a range of sectors as well as insights and experience gathered from Ms Understood audits in 14 sites.
CitationAtkinson R, Fritz D, Firmin C (2017) 'Peer group mapping: practitioners briefing: Learning Project 2 summary of findings '. : Contextual Safeguarding Network.
PublisherContextual Safeguarding Network
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