Category Archives: Research Findings

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

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

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

Making Noise: Children’s voices for positive change after sexual abuse

Camille Warrington writes about today’s launch of the ‘Making Noise’ report about the perspectives and views of children and young people affected by sexual abuse in the family environment. You might not think much of telling anyone, you might not

Making Noise: Children’s voices for positive change after sexual abuse

Camille Warrington writes about today’s launch of the ‘Making Noise’ report about the perspectives and views of children and young people affected by sexual abuse in the family environment. You might not think much of telling anyone, you might not

Nightwatch: CSE as everyone’s business

Last December the International Centre published an  evaluation of  a pilot project aimed at awareness-raising  and prevention of  child sexual exploitation (CSE) in the  context of  the night time economy. In this blog report authors Dr Kate  D’Arcy and Roma

Nightwatch: CSE as everyone’s business

Last December the International Centre published an  evaluation of  a pilot project aimed at awareness-raising  and prevention of  child sexual exploitation (CSE) in the  context of  the night time economy. In this blog report authors Dr Kate  D’Arcy and Roma

Peer-group mapping: Recent discussions with practitioners

This week Danielle Fritz writes about recent discussions with practitioners from the Contextual Safeguarding Network on the topic of peer-group mapping.  The Network is currently running a Learning Project on peer-group mapping and welcomes participation from all interested practitioners. On

Peer-group mapping: Recent discussions with practitioners

This week Danielle Fritz writes about recent discussions with practitioners from the Contextual Safeguarding Network on the topic of peer-group mapping.  The Network is currently running a Learning Project on peer-group mapping and welcomes participation from all interested practitioners. On

Missing Persons: A Handbook of Research

Patricia Hynes and Nicola Sharp-Jeffs highlight some of the issues raised in a new book on missing persons that they have contributed to. Their chapters review what is known about the links between going missing and the systems and processes

Missing Persons: A Handbook of Research

Patricia Hynes and Nicola Sharp-Jeffs highlight some of the issues raised in a new book on missing persons that they have contributed to. Their chapters review what is known about the links between going missing and the systems and processes

Summary Slide Pack of IC Research Reports 2008-16

This week we are releasing the first edition of our ‘Research Summary Slide Pack’, condensing headline findings from 22 published studies. We hope that this document will help readers get a sense of the work we have undertaken, as well as some of the

Summary Slide Pack of IC Research Reports 2008-16

This week we are releasing the first edition of our ‘Research Summary Slide Pack’, condensing headline findings from 22 published studies. We hope that this document will help readers get a sense of the work we have undertaken, as well as some of the

Police responses to safeguarding concerns – what do young people think?

‘There is no point in spending ages setting up and carrying out research if you don’t put the same amount of effort into sharing the findings’ said one of our project advisors recently, and it is so true. As researchers

Police responses to safeguarding concerns – what do young people think?

‘There is no point in spending ages setting up and carrying out research if you don’t put the same amount of effort into sharing the findings’ said one of our project advisors recently, and it is so true. As researchers

Reflections from a Study on Detached Youth Work Provision in London

In this post, Danielle Fritz discusses her experience researching detached youth work provision in two London boroughs. The final briefing from the study is available here. Shortly after joining the International Centre in January 2016, I started to work on

Reflections from a Study on Detached Youth Work Provision in London

In this post, Danielle Fritz discusses her experience researching detached youth work provision in two London boroughs. The final briefing from the study is available here. Shortly after joining the International Centre in January 2016, I started to work on