The lessons in Unit 2 focused on child abuse – what do we understand by the term child abuse, what does it mean in our own country, and how do local cultural practices, traditions and faith influence how children are safeguarded.
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Q1: Child abuse is a complex subject. It challenges some of our basic beliefs about the world, for example, that a parent, or someone working for a faith-based organisation, would never harm a child
Q2: Staff in organisations working with and for children never abuse them
Q3: Opinions about abuse are subjective: what might be abusive in one person’s view may not be seen that way by another
Q4: We all use our own personal experiences, values and attitudes when making judgements about abusive behaviour
Q5: Children may experience many different types of abuse
Q6: Some kinds of child abuse are a result of cultural practices that are harmful
Q7: It is important to agree what is, and is not, a harmful cultural practice and to understand how communities maintain the use of these practices
Q8: There are always appropriate legal systems or structures to go to for help when concerns about the abuse of children arise
Q9: A child is any person under the age of 18