Investment in child-protective hiring practices is crucial in Vietnam for educational institutions, corporations, and NGO?s. Without it we run the risk of not only endangering the most vulnerable but of undermining the success of the organization?s mission and objectives. Be it an international school, a global business or an in-country service organization the responsibility to civic society need not be overstated- none will prosper without a strong and healthy society to function in.
Unfortunately, it?s well reported how systematic the abuse of minors can be, often within the places we least suspect; where we work, where we learn and even where we worship and pray. Like most ills, timely prevention offers much more hope and possibilities, than most available treatments.
This conference seeks to inform and provide the best global techniques and practices for preventing institutional child abuse. This includes state-of-the-art human resource recruiting and hiring practices as well as an important strategic discussion for all executives faced with the serious challenge of preventing the potential of child abuse within their institutions.