Learning from the experts young people’s perspectives on how we can support healthy child development after sexual abuse. This is a participatory action research project focusing on supporting mental health and wellbeing after sexual abuse in adolescence.
UNESCO Network Working with international partners to prevent sexual violence against children
The RISE Learning Network aims to promote and facilitate learning on recovery and reintegration (R&R) approaches that improve outcomes for children and adolescents affected by child sexual exploitation (CSE).
Policing Models and CSE research on models of policing in child sexual exploitation (CSE), and how they may contribute to improved detection, disruption and prosecution outcomes.
Policy: Guidance and Definitions The International Centre has been commissioned to develop practice guidance and support the development of policy definitions of CSE.
Being Heard collecting and reviewing international evidence on young people’s involvement in research on sexual violence – including a consideration of the meaning, purpose, challenges and opportunities of doing so.
Our Voices Too working with children, young people and professionals in Europe to develop a strengths-based approach to addressing sexual violence