28. April 2022 - 9:30 - 11:30 Uhr
Heinrich Pesch Haus
„THE SAFEGUARDING JOURNEY: FINDING OUR DESTINATION.“
Web seminar for the European Jesuit schools’ network
We would like to invite you to the first of a series of webinars devoted to the protection of minors in our schools. On April 28th Ms Tina Campbell, Assistant Coordinator for Promotion of Consistent Culture of Protection (PCCP) at Jesuit Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat Curia Generalizia SJ, invites us to go on a continuous safeguarding journey, no matter of where we are now in implementing protective measures in our schools. Together we will reflect on what we need in this journey and what its destination really is.
The webinar is primarily dedicated to the pastoral coordinators, mission and identity formators, and school advisors, as well as school principals and teachers, both from primary and secondary schools.
The meeting will be held in English. Event is free of charge.
To register please fill in the form no later than April 22nd (Friday): https://forms.gle/n1xjwdoBDBmrBaiW8
PROGRAMM (9.30 – 11.30 am CET)
9.30 – 9.35 Welcome and Introduction
Agnieszka Baran (JECSE) / Ulrike Gentner (ZIP)
9:35 – 9:40 Opening prayer
9:40 -10:10 Safeguarding – what does that have to do with me?
10:10-10:50 Individual reflection, Sharing and Reflection in Breakout Rooms
10:50 – 11:20 Questions and Impressions from the Groups
11:20 – 11:30 Summary, end of the meeting
THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Tina Campbell – gained her first degree in Theology at Heythrop College University of London. She is a Safeguarding Consultant and also Assistant Coordinator for the Promotion of a Consistent Culture of Protection an international safeguarding initiative of the Society of Jesus. Her office is based in Rome at the Jesuit Curia within the Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat although she travels often and works remotely. She has a long history of involvement with the Jesuits. Tina has worked in safeguarding for the Catholic Church for more than 21 years. This has included within a Diocesan context and then with the Episcopal Conference of Scotland, the 8 Dioceses and religious congregations.
She has developed Human Formation and Safeguarding programmes for seminaries. Her background is in education (mainly in independent Catholic Schools) and psychotherapy (working with adult survivors of sexual abuse, sexual assault and rape). She has a MSc and numerous post graduate qualifications in psychotherapy including EMDR for trauma.
She has been a visiting teacher at the Centre of Child Protection (now the Institute of Anthropology Human Dignity and Care) at the Pontifical Gregorian University Rome since 2018, where she teaches on both the Safeguarding Diploma and Licentiate courses.
Her work includes speaking at international conferences, supporting organisations and religious congregations in reviewing safeguarding policies, designing bespoke training and reviewing safeguarding implementation. She is the proud mother of two adult daughters and places great importance on the role of Ignatian spirituality in her life.
Information about the SAFEGUARDING CONFERENCE, March 1-4,2022: