There has been a growing awareness of ethnic and socioeconomic inequalities in child protection, specifically in the UK but also internationally.

However, there is often an assumption that the two inequalities are either equivalent, requiring only one practice and policy response, or totally disparate, requiring unconnected policy and practice responses. This webinar will present the findings from a recent intersectional analysis of neighbourhood intervention rates in England, which shows that different ethnic populations have very different deprivation-related gradients in intervention. 

Presented by:

Dr Calum Webb
Research Associate
Department of Sociological Studies
University of Sheffield

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