We have a CD in our car, that my five-year-old requests over and over again. It’s a series of fairy-tales, and we’ve listened to them so often now that I’m getting pretty good at telling them myself - accents included. They’ve created some fun conversation about who is ‘good’, and who is ‘bad’, what princesses … Continue reading Whose job is it to make the woods safe?
Faiths Against Child Sexual Exploitation Luton (FACES Luton) is deeply saddened to hear the story coming from Huddersfield involving the arrest of 31 people for offences including the rape and trafficking of five young victims. FACES Luton is a coalition of Muslims and Christians in the town that came together in 2016 to provide strong … Continue reading Statement on Huddersfield arrests
In February, the Department for Education released an updated definition of CSE with guidance for professionals. The University of Bedfordshire was commissioned to write the guidance that accompanies the statutory definition, and you can read it here The new definition is as follows: Child sexual exploitation is a form of child sexual abuse. It occurs … Continue reading New definition and guidance
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On July 20 a group of Christians and Muslims in Luton launched FACES - Faiths Against Child Sexual Exploitation. It was the first milestone in a journey where a group of us had come together to engage with one of the great scourges of our society, the sexual abuse of children and young people by … Continue reading Launching FACES