Charity study gives voice to the unheard victims of sexual abuse

Safer Futures Sexual Abuse Therapeutic and Assessment Service, Barnardo’s
Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Child protection practitioners and agencies can struggle to identify when young children have been sexually abused. Barnardo’s research identifies gaps in practice and changes services can make to improve processes.

Animations illustrate some of the issues children and families can experience around sexual abuse. Picture: Barnardo’s
Animations illustrate some of the issues children and families can experience around sexual abuse. Picture: Barnardo’s

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