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Amy Laver

Posted 26 October 2018
by Amy Laver

There’s no room for doubt around safeguarding: protecting people is too important.

Child and adult

As a fundamental responsibility for trustees, safeguarding and protecting people must go to the heart of a charity’s culture. The Charity Commission have published user friendly updated safeguarding guidance to help charities and trustees better understand their legal duties around protecting people. This guidance tool sets out the steps that must be taken to ensure a safe environment, it also highlights the key areas of safeguarding risk facing charities.

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About the author

Amy Laver

Amy Laver

Associate and Solicitor

An associate in the corporate and charities & social enterprises team