Safer Young Lives is part of the Institute of Applied Social Research

Policy: CSE Guidance and Definitions

The International Centre has been commissioned to develop practice guidance and support the development of policy definitions of CSE.

CSE Definition and Practitioner Briefing Paper - Scotland

The International Centre was commissioned by the Scottish Government to support the development of a revised national definition of CSE and an associated professional briefing paper.

For further information on this project please contact Helen Beckett at helen.beckett@beds.ac.uk or Joanne Walker at joanne.walker@beds.ac.uk

CSE Practitioner Guidance - England

The International Centre in partnership with Research in Practice and with consultancy provided by Professor Julia Davidson at the University of Middlesex have been commissioned by the Department for Education to develop new Practitioner Guidance on CSE to be published alongside a revised definition of CSE.

For further information on this project please contact Helen Beckett at helen.beckett@beds.ac.uk or Joanne Walker at joanne.walker@beds.ac.uk

The Luxembourg Guidelines

The Terminology Guidelines is an initiative by ECPAT International and partners to harmonise terms and definitions related to child protection internationally. The 'Terminology Guidelines for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse' were adopted by the Interagency Working Group in Luxembourg, 28 January 2016.  The International Centre was an expert observer to the project and advised on the definitions of CSE.

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