Portrait of Kairika Karsna

Kairika Karsna

Not Just Numberschevron_right

In this blog, Kairika Karsna, our Senior Research and Evaluation Officer, reflects on the findings of her most recent Scale and Nature report (with Professor Liz Kelly). She explores local variations in data, the implications of under-identification, why accurate recording is important and – essentially – how data can help us make better decisions to protect more children.

Portrait of Jabeer Butt

Jabeer Butt

I was shocked: it doesn't feel like we've moved on from the ninetieschevron_right

The CEO of the Race Equality Foundation, Jabeer Butt, reflects on our latest report ‘Improving responses to the sexual abuse of Black, Asian and minority ethnic children’ with this impassioned guest blog.

Portrait of Stuart Allardyce

Stuart Allardyce

Sibling Sexual Abuse: A Roundtable Discussionchevron_right

This is a guest blog from Stuart, following a recent roundtable discussion hosted by him and Peter Yates' on their paper for us on sibling sexual abuse. In this post he reflects on some of the conversations that were had amongst the policy and practice attendees and shares some conclusions on what must happen next. 

Portrait of Ian Dean

Ian Dean

Tackling Child Sexual Abuse Strategy: Reflectionschevron_right

In this blog Ian reflects on the Tackling CSA Strategy, this country’s first ever cross-government approach to tackling child sexual abuse. Whilst it presents the first step towards a strategic approach to tackling this national threat consistently - and with a clear head - this blog focusses on two points in more detail: the need for much better information on the true prevalence of child sexual abuse, and the importance of maintaining the strategy’s broad and very welcome focus on all forms of child sexual abuse.

Portrait of Dr Sophie Laws

Dr Sophie Laws

Sexual abuse of Black, Asian and minority ethnic children and young people: 'People don't talk about it'chevron_right

In this blog Sophie highlights the publication of new research published by the Independent Inquiry on Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) considering the experience of child sexual abuse in ethnic minority communities. This research is important given the relative paucity of research considering child sexual abuse of children from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds. 

Blog posts give the views of the author, and are not necessarily those of the Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse.