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What counts as ‘safe accommodation’ for children affected by CSE/trafficking?

This week Lucie Shuker reports on her presentation at the IFCO 2016 conference about an evaluation of specialist foster care for children affected by CSE and/or trafficking, and reflects on some of the key messages for the UK and further

What counts as ‘safe accommodation’ for children affected by CSE/trafficking?

This week Lucie Shuker reports on her presentation at the IFCO 2016 conference about an evaluation of specialist foster care for children affected by CSE and/or trafficking, and reflects on some of the key messages for the UK and further

Holiday reading

We are taking a short break for August and will be back with a blog post on the 6th of September. In the meantime please check out the following publications and resources that have recently been published by staff in

Holiday reading

We are taking a short break for August and will be back with a blog post on the 6th of September. In the meantime please check out the following publications and resources that have recently been published by staff in

Do you know any police who’d like to do research on CSE?

The International Centre (IC) is developing a CSE and Policing Knowledge Hub to enhance policing responses to CSE and associated vulnerabilities in adolescence. Joanne Walker is the Research Assistant on this work. The IC is delighted to be working with

Do you know any police who’d like to do research on CSE?

The International Centre (IC) is developing a CSE and Policing Knowledge Hub to enhance policing responses to CSE and associated vulnerabilities in adolescence. Joanne Walker is the Research Assistant on this work. The IC is delighted to be working with

Joint Inspections are an opportunity to embed the principles of contextual safeguarding into local reviews

In this week’s blog, Carlene Firmin describes how and why sharing research findings with inspectorates is relevant for achieving better safeguarding. Carlene is a Senior Research Fellow in the International Centre, and founded the Msunderstood Partnership to improve responses to

Joint Inspections are an opportunity to embed the principles of contextual safeguarding into local reviews

In this week’s blog, Carlene Firmin describes how and why sharing research findings with inspectorates is relevant for achieving better safeguarding. Carlene is a Senior Research Fellow in the International Centre, and founded the Msunderstood Partnership to improve responses to

Launching the IC blog on CSE Awareness Day

It’s March 18th – National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day. A year ago today we launched a set of 12 short films, each sharing key findings  from a different research project in under two minutes. It was an attempt to continue to make

Launching the IC blog on CSE Awareness Day

It’s March 18th – National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day. A year ago today we launched a set of 12 short films, each sharing key findings  from a different research project in under two minutes. It was an attempt to continue to make