Summer reading

August can be a quiet month. So if you are looking for some extra reading and a chance to learn from, and exchange ideas with, colleagues working on issues of sexual violence, safeguarding and participation, please take a look at

Summer reading

August can be a quiet month. So if you are looking for some extra reading and a chance to learn from, and exchange ideas with, colleagues working on issues of sexual violence, safeguarding and participation, please take a look at

‘Can I sit here?’ The co-location of CSE spoke workers in children’s social care

This week, we feature a guest blog from Blanca Gonzalez-Tarrio. Blanca is a CSE ‘spoke worker’ in the Link to Change service in Cambridgeshire, which is part of a large-scale evaluation of the ‘hub and spoke’ model, conducted by the

‘Can I sit here?’ The co-location of CSE spoke workers in children’s social care

This week, we feature a guest blog from Blanca Gonzalez-Tarrio. Blanca is a CSE ‘spoke worker’ in the Link to Change service in Cambridgeshire, which is part of a large-scale evaluation of the ‘hub and spoke’ model, conducted by the

An effective local public health response to child sexual exploitation

Today sees the launch of a two part resource for local public health leaders outlining how public health can support prevention and intervention of child sexual exploitation (CSE). Part one of the resource is a framework designed by Public Health

An effective local public health response to child sexual exploitation

Today sees the launch of a two part resource for local public health leaders outlining how public health can support prevention and intervention of child sexual exploitation (CSE). Part one of the resource is a framework designed by Public Health

Welcome to two new team members

This summer we welcome two new research assistants to the team, Ruth Atkinson and Delphine Girma. Ruth and Delphine have both been working in the voluntary sector and bring a range of different skills and experiences – we are delighted to

Welcome to two new team members

This summer we welcome two new research assistants to the team, Ruth Atkinson and Delphine Girma. Ruth and Delphine have both been working in the voluntary sector and bring a range of different skills and experiences – we are delighted to

It’s the small things

Claire Cody is a Research Fellow working on the Our Voices Programme of work. In this blog she shares her reflections from working on a global report exploring recovery and reintegration. Over the last few months I have been working

It’s the small things

Claire Cody is a Research Fellow working on the Our Voices Programme of work. In this blog she shares her reflections from working on a global report exploring recovery and reintegration. Over the last few months I have been working

‘Everybody deserves a voice’ Closing the gap between policy and practice for children affected by CSE

This week Lucie Shuker, Zoe Cox and Kirsche Walker reflect on a recent event that looked at closing the gap’ between policy commitments to listen to young people affected by CSE, and practice on the ground. “People thought because (my

‘Everybody deserves a voice’ Closing the gap between policy and practice for children affected by CSE

This week Lucie Shuker, Zoe Cox and Kirsche Walker reflect on a recent event that looked at closing the gap’ between policy commitments to listen to young people affected by CSE, and practice on the ground. “People thought because (my

Three Girls – and their families: evaluating support for parents in CSE cases

This week Lucie Shuker reflects on the BBC drama ‘Three Girls’ and how it highlights some of the issues raised by a recently published evaluation of the work of Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation (Pace) in Lancashire.   Like many others, I

Three Girls – and their families: evaluating support for parents in CSE cases

This week Lucie Shuker reflects on the BBC drama ‘Three Girls’ and how it highlights some of the issues raised by a recently published evaluation of the work of Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation (Pace) in Lancashire.   Like many others, I

International Centre Spring 2017 Newsletter

Last week we circulated our first newsletter to everyone on the International Centre mailing list.  if you are not yet on our mailing list you can sign up here. The newsletter will keep you updated on new work, our latest

International Centre Spring 2017 Newsletter

Last week we circulated our first newsletter to everyone on the International Centre mailing list.  if you are not yet on our mailing list you can sign up here. The newsletter will keep you updated on new work, our latest

Stronger together? Group work with young people in child sexual exploitation services

Isabelle Brodie leads work on the participation strand of the Alexi project. Here she reflects on conversations with project workers about the value and place of group work with young people in child sexual exploitation services. Working with a group

Stronger together? Group work with young people in child sexual exploitation services

Isabelle Brodie leads work on the participation strand of the Alexi project. Here she reflects on conversations with project workers about the value and place of group work with young people in child sexual exploitation services. Working with a group

Research Summary Slide Pack – Edition 2.

Today we publish the second edition of our ‘Research Summary Slide Pack’, condensing headline findings from 30 pieces of work. These slides provide you with an overview of the work we have undertaken, as well as some of the key themes

Research Summary Slide Pack – Edition 2.

Today we publish the second edition of our ‘Research Summary Slide Pack’, condensing headline findings from 30 pieces of work. These slides provide you with an overview of the work we have undertaken, as well as some of the key themes