Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation: Knowledge, Confidence and Training within a Contemporary UK Social Work Practice and Policy Context

Research in Practice
Tuesday, February 27, 2018

This paper reports on the implications of a study commissioned by the NSPCC to explore social workers' confidence and understanding of child sexual abuse (CSA) and child sexual exploitation (CSE) in particular.

It is essential to foster a culture where IROs’ challenge and criticism is accepted. Picture: Kablonk Micro/AdobeStock
It is essential to foster a culture where IROs’ challenge and criticism is accepted. Picture: Kablonk Micro/AdobeStock

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