CSEC - Child Safety Education Coalition
CSEC upon closure had over 110 member organisations and developed a library of proven resources to encourage activities which contribute to a reduction in unintended injuries to children and young people.
Member organisations worked together to:
- Identify common and avoidable injuries to children and young people
- Identify activities where practical safety education could be improved, extended or introduced
- Provide children with opportunities to develop risk competence appropriate to their age and developmental stage, which is transferable to all aspects of their lives
- Enable children and young people to have the confidence put their risk competence into practice.
CSEC's six main functions were:
- Auditing, mapping and targeting
- Policy and advocacy work
- Building the evidence base for effective practice
- Sharing information and best practice
- Establishing quality assurance programmes
- Coordinating a network of unintended injury prevention programmes.
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