Dominik Opaliński discusses safeguarding in Africa in The Public Law Podcast

  • August 23, 2022
  • By Dominik Opaliński, Partner

Dominik Opaliński, partner in the Charity department, participates in an episode of 39 Essex Chambers’ The Public Law Podcast, “Everyone’s Business: Safeguarding in Africa – Building Redress and Accountability.”

Dominik, along with barrister Ian Brownhill, discussed how to build a safeguarding policy and culture that fits the context in which it is operated. Dominik and Ian consider how safeguarding is growing as an international concept of law and how it fits within wider frameworks of international law enforcement.

The episode, published on 27 July 2022, can be found here



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