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Preventing child sexual abuse
How we can protect children and young people from sexual abuse.
A child is sexually abused when they are forced or persuaded to take part in sexual activities. This doesn't have to be physical contact, and it can happen online.
Child sexual abuse
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NSPCC research briefing providing an overview of the current research literature on child sexual abuse.
Child sexual abuse inquiry: Justice Lowell Goddard appointed
4 February 2015 / News
Inquiry must now press on, and new Chair must do all she can to instil the confidence to enable people to speak out, says Peter Wanless.
Dare to Debate: child sexual abuse investigations
11 November 2015 / News
The third instalment of our Dare to Debate seminar series explores the issue of whether child abuse investigations have lost their focus.
What is child abuse? Find out the different types of abuse, how to spot the signs, who is affected and what you should do if you're worried about a child.
Child sexual exploitation: at a glance
Child sexual exploitation is a type of sexual abuse in which children are sexually exploited for money, power or status.
Co-chairing the inquiry into child sexual abuse
5 June 2015 / News
We’re reaching a turning point in acknowledging and addressing child sexual abuse, says Jon Brown
Preventing child sexual exploitation
How we can protect children and young people from sexual exploitation.
The relationship between child maltreatment, sexual abuse and subsequent suicide attempts
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An evaluation of the link between child abuse (and other risk factors) and suicide in childhood or later life.
Putting online sexual abuse in the spotlight
17 October 2016 / News
We must ensure that children are given the same protection online as they are offline, says Peter Wanless.
Making noise: children’s voices for positive change
19 April 2017 / News
Research looking at the impact on children and young people of child sexual abuse in the family.
Helping children who have been sexually abused
How to help keep children safe from child sexual abuse.
Animal abuse and child maltreatment
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A review of the literature and study findings about the co-existence of child maltreatment and animal cruelty across family life.
Online abuse is any type of abuse that happens on the web, whether through social networks, playing online games or using mobile phones.
Putting the spotlight on sexual abuse
22 February 2016 / News
Stronger evidence into what works will help us provide more effective help for children who've been sexually abused, says Peter Wanles
Child sexual abuse within the family features in latest Hollyoaks storyline
8 April 2015 / News
Hollyoaks' McQueen family storyline could help prevent further child abuse by directing young people to find help and support they need.
Fall in child sexual abuse conviction rate: greater support for victims needed
25 June 2015 / News
Alan Wardle, NSPCC Head of Policy and Public Affairs - we have to seriously question why conviction rates are dropping when we know more child sexual abuse cases are going to court.
Animal abuse and child maltreatment – executive summary
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A summary of the literature review and study findings about the co-existence of child maltreatment and animal cruelty across family life.
Just 1 in 8 sexually abused children identified by authorities
24 November 2015 / News
We're calling for urgent action to support more children after sexual abuse.
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