Dr Helen Beckett, reader in Child Protection and Children’s Rights and joint director of ‘The International Centre: Researching child sexual exploitation, violence and trafficking’ at the University of Bedfordshire, has led the review of Inform’s Child sexual exploitation content.
Helen and colleagues have produced the in-depth guide to disruption and prosecution, young people’s experiences of working with professionals and have peer reviewed the in-depth guides and presented a webinar on protection young people from CSE.
Emilie Smeaton is research director of Paradigm Research and has extensive experience of carrying out research, evaluation and consultancy addressing marginalised and vulnerable children and young people and their families.
Emilie produced the main in-depth practice guides to CSE.
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