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Tomorrow Is National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
In order to raise awareness around the issue of child sexual exploitation (CSE), March 18 has become the day organisations, government bodies and people around the world unite to try to tackle this issue. The…

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Urgent Call For Evidence: Children In Care And Care Leavers

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
We tweeted about this call for evidence last week, but it’s too important a request not to share it again here. The Children’s Commissioner and the National Children’s Bureau are hoping to: Gather information on mechanisms used…

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The Buzz

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
The news items that should be right on your radar: Victims and vulnerable witnesses addressed in new Prison and Court Bill ‘No trust left’ in Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry Parents may be investigated by social…

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In The News

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
Friday’s Food for thought: What Northern Ireland’s child abuse inquiry reveals Pakistani child maid ‘tortured in judge’s house’ The industrialised world is turning against circumcision

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In The News

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
The latest child welfare news: Peer says Church is working to tackle child abuse (Further reading: Pontifical Commission For The Protection Of Minors) Football child abuse scandal: Number of claims tops 1,000 Lord Janner’s Family want…

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The Buzz

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
The latest news items that should be right on your radar: Victorian Government Introduces Mandatory Reporting Of Child Abuse – England and Wales still considering implementing similar legislation (consultation last year) Interpol says 10,000th victim of…

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Are You About To Be Cross Examined By Your Abuser In Court? Ask for 12J

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
The news this week that the government is finally getting around to addressing the practice of abusers cross examining their victims in the family courts has been welcomed by domestic violence campaigners and the President of…

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