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).
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.
Making Noise: Children’s voices for positive change after sexual abuse, commissioned by the Children’s Commissioner for England and published on 20 April 2017.
FCASE Evaluation: The International Centre was commissioned to undertake an evaluation of Barnardo's Families and communities against sexual exploitation (FCASE) project.
Making Justice Work: Having received internal investment from the University of Bedfordshire Research Investment Programme, Dr Camille Warrington and Dr Helen Beckett undertook a pilot participatory, action research study exploring how experiences of police investigations and the courts could be improved for those affected by CSE.
ESRC Series: 'Teenagers in Foster Care' The ESRC Seminar Series'Teenagers in Foster Care' ran from 2013 to 2015 and was a collaboration between the Rees Centre at the University of Oxford, Department of Education, the Social Policy and Intervention Department of the University of Oxford, the Institute of Applied Social Research at the University of Bedfordshire and the Department of Social Work at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.
Public Health England Literature Review: Public Health England commissioned the International Centre to undertake a review of UK literature on child sexual exploitation and elicit learning of relevance to public health.
The Childrens Social Care Innovation programme: sought to support the development, testing and sharing of effective ways of supporting children who need help from children’s social care services. There was approximately £100m committed to the programme over 2014-16, funding 60+ innovation projects.
Making Noise (CSAFE): This research project focused on the experiences and perspectives of children and young people who have been sexually abused within the family environment.
Our Voices supporting young people's participation in preventing sexual violence across Europe
CSE and Policing Knowledge Hub: This project aimed to develop a knowledge hub to support policing responses to child sexual exploitation (CSE), other forms of sexual abuse and associated vulnerabilities in adolescence.
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.
Rotherham Project aimed to provide strategic evidence to inform practice development on child sexual exploitation in Rotherham.