Thinking Outside the Box: innovative perspectives on protecting children and young people
This major international congress will bring together practitioners, survivors of abuse, researchers, trainers and policy makers to learn from each other, reflect and consider how we can improve services to support families and protect children and young people.
Online registration for congress is now open, with early bird registration rates available. Click here for more details and to book.
The call for abstracts is now open for presentations and workshops. Click here for guidelines and to submit an abstract.
We have put together an inspiring programme of keynote talks, free papers, symposia and workshops that will allow you to update your knowledge and skills, learning from new and emerging research and interacting with others who feel passionately about protecting children and supporting families
See the congress programme and read about our exciting keynote speakers
The University of Warwick provides a world-class campus containing the congress venues, with accommodation, shops, bars and restaurants, all set in an attractive environment with lakeside and woodland walks, landscaped gardens and innovative art work. There is easy access from Birmingham International Airport and major road and rail links from London and the rest of the UK.
Find details of the venue, travel, our health and wellbeing programme, nursery facilities, and accommodation
It has been very encouraging over the past few weeks to see some excellent abstracts coming in for the BASPCAN 2018 child protection congress. We have seen synopses of some truly engaging research, personal stories, workshops and discussion forums, all of which promise to bring something inspiring to the congress.
Unfortunately, the call for abstracts has now closed.
If you were unable to submit your abstract before the deadline, but have ideas or research that you would like to present, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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