Portrait of Dr Sophia King

Dr Sophia King

People don't talk about it: reflections two years onchevron_right

In this guest blog, Dr Sophia King looks back at the IICSA research report, People don’t talk about it, and suggests if we are to overcome the unique barriers faced by survivors from ethnic minority communities, it is crucial we learn from their experiences.

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Dr Natasha Sabin

Have confidence in your skills: navigating our response to sibling sexual harmchevron_right

In our latest blog from Natasha Sabin, Practice Improvement Advisor, she writes about how professionals need more confidence in their abilities to address sibling sexual abuse.

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Dr Peter Yates

Have we finally reached 'the next hinterland'?chevron_right

This week the issue of sexual abuse involving siblings was debated in parliament for the first time, in this guest blog Dr Peter Yates reflects on the journey to bring this form of harm to light.

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Lisa McCrindle

Behind the headlines...chevron_right

In our latest blog from Lisa McCrindle, Policy Advisor, we take a closer look at recent media stories to provide a broader contextual understanding to what is being reported and discuss wider details relating to children’s experiences or what we might do to improve practice, that can be overlooked. 

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Anna Glinski

"We mustn't rely on a child to tell us verbally in order to take action"chevron_right

In our latest blog by Anna Glinksi, Deputy Director for Knowledge and Practice Development, we discuss how our new Signs and Indicators Template came to be; it's grounding in practice, process of development - and a lightbulb moment, or two. 

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