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Oct
27

A research report on the sexual exploitation of children involved in the Children’s Hearings System by the Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration and Barnardo’s Scotland   Read More ...


Oct
26

The Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration (SCRA) and Barnardo’s Scotland have published the first national study of child sexual exploitation (CSE) in Scotland.   Read More ...



Feb
26

Core Component Checklist to support Child Protection Committees with their response to Child Sexual Exploitation by considering whether the “core components” of an effective response to Child Sexual Exploitation are in place across their local areas.   Read More ...


Jan
24

This survey follows the first, baseline survey of Scotland’s Child Protection Committees completed in summer 2016. Developed by the CSE Data Indicators Sub-Group1 of the National Child Sexual Exploitation Group, the purpose of this survey is to understand the improvements that have been achieved over the duration of the National Action Plan.   Read More ...


Jan
21

Evaluation report of workshops delivered to Child Protection Committees Scotland to share key learning in relation to local area approaches to the care and protection of young people experiencing or at risk of sexual abuse and / or exploitation and trafficking, delivered jointly by members of the national Child Sexual Exploitation and Child Trafficking Strategy working groups, ensuring the linkages between CSE and child trafficking.   Read More ...


Nov
14

Report on research CELCIS carried out as part of Scotland’s second national Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) action plan. Scotland’s Child Protection Committees were surveyed to understand the multi-agency approach to delivering against the National Action Plan’s four intermediate outcomes in their local areas.   Read More ...


Aug
13

Research from Cardiff University looking into the outcomes for children and young people assessed as being ‘at risk’ of sexual exploitation   Read More ...



May
22

This article was first published by TES on the support teachers can offer unaccompanied and separated children.   Read More ...


Apr
15

To help professionals make evidence-based decisions, the NSPCC has published a briefing introducing the data available on child sexual abuse and exploitation.   Read More ...


Feb
25

This paper outlines the new national definition of child sexual exploitation (CSE) for Scotland and some key contextual considerations.   Read More ...


Feb
25

Definition of child sexual exploitation for Scotland, and summary of how the definition should be applied.   Read More ...


Oct
29

This report details the journey of Stop to Listen from planning to implementation and evaluation. It will focus on the changes the pathfinders applied in their localities and the learning captured from evaluating this.   Read More ...


Sep
25

Evidence suggests that DDP (attachment-focused family therapy) is effective in helping recovery from developmental trauma. Here's how.   Read More ...


Sep
20

A critical assessment of child sexual abuse in the family network in England and priorities for action.   Read More ...


Sep
20

A framework is proposed for a more systematic understanding of the effects of child sexual abuse.   Read More ...


Sep
20

This study draws in part from statistically validated assumptions regarding prevalence, age relationships and role characteristics of child sexual abuse and in part from correlations and observations that have emerged as self-evident within an extended network of child abuse treatment programs and self-help organizations.   Read More ...


Jul
31

Community disclosure is now running in your area. This will provide a formal route for the public to directly raise child protection concerns and be confident that action will follow.   Read More ...


Jul
27

Leaflet summary of the scientific literature that describes what teenagers aged 13-18 who are experiencing neglect or emotional abuse say about themselves.   Read More ...


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