Child Sexual Exploitation: Towards a ‘Child-Centred’ Protection System

July 18, 2018 @ 9:15 am – 4:10 pm
University of Liverpool - Rendall Building, Seminar Room 10
74 Bedford St S
Liverpool L7 7BT
Liverpool Events Team

Child Sexual Exploitation is a developing and complex phenomenon and there is increasing pressure to provide effective child-focused protection. However, frontline child protection officials have received limited guidance on how to appropriately deal with vulnerable child victims, what is meant by ‘child-focused protection’ and how this can achieved in practice

This one-day workshop will:

  • Explore the challenges of protecting children from Child Sexual Exploitation
  • Facilitate discussion of key concerns raised by young people and the challenges faced by professionals
  • Enhance public awareness of the nature of the complexity of CSE
  • Develop a better understanding about responding appropriately to victims and thus improve child protection practice
  • Enable professionals to share best practice techniques across a range of child protection roles
  • Improve understanding of children’s rights and how these principles could be fostered into child protection practice

Following the completion of this project, participants will receive a report summarising the key findings and suggestions on how to achieve an effective ‘childcentred’ response to CSE.


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