Professionals often failing to spot sexual abuse of boys, Barnardo's warns

Neil Puffett
Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Sexually exploited boys and young men often miss out on the support they would receive if they were girls because professionals don't always recognise them as victims, children's charity Barnardo's has warned.

Child suicide rate increase prompts mental health "crisis" fears. Picture: Posed by model/Adobe Stock
Child suicide rate increase prompts mental health "crisis" fears. Picture: Posed by model/Adobe Stock

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