The third annual Child Safeguarding Conference Middle East (CSCME), organised and managed by Zen Professional Development, will take place on May 6, 2023 at Swiss International Scientific School, Dubai. The event will focus on raising awareness about children’s safety, arming the audience with key information on the best practices and policies used to protect children.
The conference will bring together distinguished speakers, subject matter experts, thought leaders, influencers, and delegates from the Middle East region working with children to share ideas and engage in vibrant, meaningful discussions, equipping them with solutions that can be used to protect children.
Stay tuned for the upcoming Child Safeguarding Conference Middle East
The founders of the Child Safeguarding Conference Middle East believe that although child welfare agencies have a specific role to play in supporting children who have been abused, the responsibility for children’s wellbeing is that of the collective society.
All community members have a duty of care towards the children they come into contact with or who use their services and products. This includes people who work or support educational institutes.
The third edition of the Child Safeguarding Conference Middle East will be conducted on May 6 at Swiss International Scientific School, Dubai
Children learn best when they feel safe and valued
Feeling safe and valued is critical to a child’s development. When students fear for their safety, worry about being bullied, or don’t sense their teachers care about them, their learning suffers along with their future aspirations.
CSC Middle East envision a regional, and global, society in which families, neighborhoods, communities, and all private and public organisations work together to protect children and children’s rights.
Hosted by Zen Professional Development, the theme for this year’s CSME 2023 is “Protecting our children in an International community.”
Distinguished subject matter experts from around the region will come together, share best practice, network and provide an opportunity to build skills on this very important topic.
Prevention is better than cure, ensuring that our community are well informed will help keep our children safe.
Zen Khan – Partner, Zen Professional Development said, “Let us all be the heroes that protects the most vulnerable.”