The Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse has published a series of briefing papers bringing together messages from research on child sexual exploitation (CSE) with implications for practice and strategic commissioning.
The Blast Project highlight in the below video resource that grooming and sexual exploitation happens to girls and boys.
The NSPCC reports that children as young as nine are contacting Childline about race or faith-based bullying, and that the service frequently sees a spike in counselling sessions following terror attacks.
A new process is now in place regarding the referral pathway for Early Help referrals.
Children and Young People Now report that a number of children affected by domestic abuse has increased significantly.
Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland LSCBs published FGM procedures in 2015, detailing what to do when you are made aware of a child or young person that has been subject to FGM or where there is potential for them to be taken abroad to be subjected to FGM.
The NSPCC have an online tool available for organisations working with children and young people (0-18 years old).