City Gateway believes that every young person and adult at risk has the right to be safe and that their welfare is paramount. This includes young people and adults at risk whatever their gender, ethnic background, sexuality or religion, or with any disability. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and we seek to ensure that all of our services, staff and volunteers work to achieve the best outcomes for children, young people and adults, whilst responding effectively to any risks they may experience. As safeguarding underpins all of the work of City Gateway, it is essential that the work is carried out under a robust safeguarding policy framework. City Gateway recognises that safeguarding is the responsibility of everyone, and therefore seeks to make safeguarding a priority throughout the organisation. Resources are allocated to support this commitment and towards making City Gateway a safer organisation for all those associated with it.

The responsibility to safeguard children, young people and vulnerable adults from extremism and radicalisation sits within the wider safeguarding context of City Gateway. As local and national awareness of these risks have developed, so too has the work of those supporting children, young people and vulnerable adults to safeguard against them. City Gateway ensures a high level of Prevent training and awareness and ensures staff are well equipped to support those at risk and respond appropriately.

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This fact sheet presents the key findings of an independent economic impact study carried out by EMSI for City Gateway in 2016.

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You can access City Gateway’s annual accounts via the Charity Commission website.

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Or you can access them via the Companies House website.

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To read City Gateway’s Ethical Statement, please download the document below.

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To read City Gateway’s Subcontracting Fees and Charges Policy, please download the document below.

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