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If you've had a great idea about a new project for your group or branch but are unsure what to do about safeguarding, this is the place to look.
If you have a concern about the well-being of a child or adult at risk, there are four steps to follow: Recognise - Respond - Record - Report. This guide will help you to understand what you need to do.
Safeguarding is to do with each one of us as Mothers' Union members and this short guide highlights how you can play your part.
Our Midday Prayers including the Wave of Prayer for the month of July
Information that needs to be passed to the central Mothers' Union if a safeguarding incident occurs
Guidelines for using hymns and songs in Mothers’ Union gatherings and other copyright issues
What you need to think about to keep everyone feeling safe as we start to meet together again
It's been a long time since groups have been able to meet in person - here are some suggestions for what you could do at your first meeting
What you need to think about if you are meeting in a member's home or garden
A five step risk assessment to identify hazards and risks in a meeting venue