Current Vacancies

Please visit our vacancies page for details of exciting new opportunities.

Current vacancies

Please visit our vacancies page for details of exciting new opportunities.

The Young Women’s Justice Project

"The Young Women’s Justice Project seminar, hosted by Agenda, offered a fascinating insight into the relationship between violence, exploitation and the criminal justice system as experienced by women. We discussed how we can become better advocates, and how we can empower women to speak up and share experiences. The seminar also highlighted the importance of engaging with black, minoritised and care-experienced young women, and encouraged them to tell their stories. It was a great opportunity to hear about the work of other agencies and projects, and to reflect on our own practice." Eve Wright, Student social worker

Sessions for professionals

Our popular occasional sessions for professionals have resumed, necessarily online. Hosted by members of our Rose & Doorway teams, they provide not only an opportunity for us to share the work of The Magdalene Group but also for professionals from other agencies to talk about their experiences. The next session takes place from 10 a.m. on Wednesday 24th March; if you would like to attend, please contact the office on 01603 610256 to book a place, as numbers are limited.

Mental Health First Aid training

"Thank you to Mental Health First Aid England for a wonderful day refreshing our knowledge and developing our skills to help us to work towards normalising society's attitudes and behaviours around mental health. A fantastic day of learning and interacting with other professionals." Lesley McNay, Specialist Women's Multiple Disadvantage Advocate

Safer Internet Day : online resources

Today is Safer Internet Day and the NSPCC have produced some online resources to help you help your young people keep safe online. Follow the link to find out more. https://learning.nspcc.org.uk/research-resources/schools/safer-internet-resources?utm_source=NSPCC_Learning&utm_medium=ad&utm_campaign=AR4496*&utm_content=Safer-Internet-Day+CTA+Feb20&ac&_ga=2.50528169.1835335149.1612873150-1938332837.1605792694

Safer Internet Day : 9th February

On Tuesday, 9 February 2021, we will celebrate the 18th edition of Safer Internet Day with actions taking place right across the globe. With a theme once again of "Together for a better internet", the day calls upon all stakeholders to join together to make the internet a safer and better place for all, and especially for children and young people.

Sexualised Trauma training with Zoe Lodrick

"Zoe Lodrick’s training on sexualised trauma was informative and engaging throughout. She gave us a great insight into what happens in our brains during and after traumatic experiences. This facilitated some good discussion around how we as practitioners can use this understanding to better support traumatised individuals. Thank you, Zoe! " Eve Wright, Student social worker

Children’s Mental Health Week

Children’s Mental Health Week

A new campaign is launching this week aimed at helping promote emotional well-being and resilience in children and young people. ‘This is how #WeveGotThis’ will get young people sharing their top tips on getting through the pandemic via social media platforms, such as TikTok and Instagram. Its launch coincides with Children’s Mental Health Week, which runs from 1-7 February. Norfolk County Council is leading the campaign, on behalf of the Norfolk Children’s Safeguarding Partnership, recognising the challenges that children, young people and their families are experiencing in lockdown.

#itsnotok

#itsnotok

We support Sexual abuse and sexual violence awareness week : 1st - 7th February, 2021.