Barnaverndarþing 2016 verður haldið 7. október nk. kl. 8:00 til 16:30 á Grand Hótel Reykjavík. Yfirskrift þingsins er Öryggi barna – ný hugsun – ný nálgun og mun forseti Íslands Guðni Th. Jóhannesson setja þingið. Þrír erlendir sérfræðingar, þau Nicky Stanley, Lorraine Radford og Matthew McVarish flytja erindi auk íslenskra sérfræðinga. Þá verður mynd Matthew McVarish “To kill a Kelpie” (Að drepa Nykur) sýnd í Bíó Paradís kl. 17:30 – 19:30 Skráning er hafin á hér.

Dagskrá

08:00 – 08:30 Móttaka og skráning

08:30 – 08:40 Forseti Íslands Guðni Th. Jóhannesson setur þingið

08:40 – 09:10 Upphafsorð Bragi Guðbrandsson forstjóri Barnaverndarstofu

09:10 – 10:10 Professor Nicky Stanley
Risk assessment and management for families living with domestic violence – state of the art

Nicky Stanley will examine risk assessment and management in relation to children and families experiencing domestic violence. She will outline the arguments for risk assessment and highlight the move to differential response systems.  She will consider some of the key challenges for risk assessment including failures to engage with fathers and a focus on incidents. Three key approaches to risk assessment and management will be discussed: the Forensic/Actuarial Approach, the Dialogic Approach and Interagency Approaches. Key models currently in use in the UK and internationally will be critiqued. The presentation will draw on a wide range of research studies conducted by Professor Stanley and her colleagues.

10:10 – 10:40 Kaffihlé

10:40 – 12:00 Professor Lorraine Radford
Children living with domestic violence in the UK – Making early help work?

Drawing from two recent research studies on multi agency work in the UK, Lorraine Radford will look at how we can provide effective and coordinated earlier help for children and young people living with domestic violence (where a parent is abused by the other parent or by a current or former partner). The presentation will cover: Why is early help important for children living with domestic violence? How does early help work in practice and in different contexts? How can we show it works and supports better outcomes for children? Working with a ‘differential response’ model based on the UK notion of navigating a ‘continuum of care’ for children and their families, two different approaches to early help for children living with domestic violence that emerged in the research will be discussed – a gendered risk/safety approach and an ungendered family stress approach.

12:00 – 13:00 Matarhlé

13:00 – 13:30 Guðrún Sesselja Baldursdóttir, embætti ríkislögreglustjóra – „Innleiðing lögreglu á áhættumati fyrir ofbeldi í nánum samböndum“

13:30 – 14:00 Reykjavíkurborg/Reykjanesbær – Reynslan af vinnulagi í heimilisofbeldismálum

14:00 – 14:30 Barnahús – líkamlegt ofbeldi og heimilisofbeldi – ný vinnubrögð

14:30 – 15:00 Kaffihlé

15:00 – 15:30 Sigþrúður Guðmundsdóttir fræðslu- og framkvæmdastýra Kvennaathvarfsins – kynning á stuttmyndinni “Tölum um ofbeldi”

15:30 – 16:30 Matthew McVarish – Road to Change – walk to stop the silence: Stop Child Sexual Abuse

17:30 – 19:30 Sýning á mynd Matthew McVarish „To kill a Kelpie“ (Að drepa Nykur) í Bíó Paradís

¨To Kill a Kelpie…….not only provokes thought, but also gives the audience an extremely satisfying night of theatre¨   UK Theatrenet

Kelpie – a supernatural being that takes the form of a horse. From Scottish folklore it is said to dwell in the lochs harbouring a desire to drown any mortal that comes close enough. Their uncle told them there was one in the loch outside the cottage, and if they ever told anyone what he did, he would feed them to it. They were just wee boys. Twins Dubhghall and Fionnghall have never talked about what happened back then.  Both handled the memories in their own ways. Brought together to sort out the cottage after the death of their uncle, the past looks likely to remain dormant but monsters whether real or imagined have a way of never lying truly dormant, even with the passage of time.


Verð kr 16 000.- (innifalið matur og kaffi og miði á sýninguna í Bíó Paradís meðan húsrúm leyfir)