Leonora Borg has twenty years of experience in safeguarding and child protection support across the private, public and third sectors, in the UK and internationally. She set up, worked with and ran UK and international NGOs in Director, Manager and Trustee roles and has worked directly with children and young people; boards and trustees; governments and statutory agencies; businesses and sporting bodies. Leonora has worked with vulnerable groups, including street-connected children and children with disabilities. She specialises in reviewing, developing and implementing safeguarding and protection strategy, policy, processes and organisational structures; involving children and young people in solution-focused participatory monitoring and evaluation; preventing and addressing online violence; up-skilling stakeholders to more effectively address violence against children; toolkit and guidance development and delivery for children, and adults in corporate responsibility departments, sports organisations, statutory agencies and NGOs. Leonora has worked on projects globally, including across Africa, Latin America, South and South East Asia and Europe. Recent projects include supporting sports across Namibia to safeguard through a national policy and training programme, developing and piloting a positive parenting programme for Sierra Leone, researching the role of businesses in addressing children’s rights in Kazakhstan, developing ethical storytelling guidance for organisations that support children in alternative care, and addressing online violence in national policies and guidance in Kenya, Uganda and Malaysia.