Category Archives: Research Findings

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

Young people’s participation in CSE services: messages from a scoping review

Isabelle Brodie is leading on the participation strand of the Alexi Project, an ambitious strategy developed by the Child Sexual Exploitation Funders’ Alliance (CSEFA). In this post she reflects on some of the key issues emerging from a scoping review of the literature on participation and CSE which is published

Young people’s participation in CSE services: messages from a scoping review

Isabelle Brodie is leading on the participation strand of the Alexi Project, an ambitious strategy developed by the Child Sexual Exploitation Funders’ Alliance (CSEFA). In this post she reflects on some of the key issues emerging from a scoping review of the literature on participation and CSE which is published

Co-creating a service with and for adult survivors of child sexual abuse 

In this post Debbie Allnock reports on learning from a recent evaluation of a Victim Support project working with adult survivors and the value of co-creating services with service users. Few people reading or watching the news will have failed

Co-creating a service with and for adult survivors of child sexual abuse 

In this post Debbie Allnock reports on learning from a recent evaluation of a Victim Support project working with adult survivors and the value of co-creating services with service users. Few people reading or watching the news will have failed

“It’s just about the respect really” Children’s views on safeguarding practice within the police

Over the summer of 2015 researchers from the International Centre asked 45 children and young people across England, who had come into contact with the police because of safeguarding concerns, to tell us what the police did well and what they

“It’s just about the respect really” Children’s views on safeguarding practice within the police

Over the summer of 2015 researchers from the International Centre asked 45 children and young people across England, who had come into contact with the police because of safeguarding concerns, to tell us what the police did well and what they