Research summary: child sexual exploitation (CSE)

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Contents Perpetrators Factors that make a child vulnerable Forms CSE can take Prevention and response Direct work with children Specific groups of children affected   Introduction Child sexual exploitation is a form of child sexual abuse. It can manifest in many different ways: from peer-on-peer abuse to organised exploitation, where children are passed through networks of […]

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