Useful Research

As research into child sexual abuse grows, so does the availability of useful information, data and insight. This can come from sources like recent reports published by the Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse and the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.

The findings of publications like these are not just useful for anyone helping survivors directly; they can also help guide commissioners in their decisions about service provision.  Here, we have created links to key organisations and publications, and we will update this page when new material is made available.

I wanted to say how great I think the work is and what fantastic progress is being made.  I do read the papers and use them in discussions with partners and commissioners – just wanted you to know that.

Gemma Scire, CEO Basis Yorkshire

Useful Research

Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse

The IICSA was set up because of  serious concerns that some organisations had failed and were continuing to fail to protect children from sexual abuse. It aims to address issues that have persisted despite previous enquiries and attempts at reform.

Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse

The Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse has been established to help bring about significant and system-wide change in how child sexual abuse is responded to locally and nationally.

Agenda, Alliance for Women & Girls at Risk

Agenda exists to ensure that women and girls at risk of abuse, poverty, poor mental health, addiction and homelessness get the support and protection they need.

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)

The NSPCC seeks to protect children, prevent abuse and make child abuse a thing of the past. 

Government, England

Government, Scotland

Themed Research

 

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