Stop child sexual exploitation

Join the campaign to stop child sexual exploitation

On Sunday 18th March, show your support for a national campaign to help put a stop to the sexual exploitation of children.

We are calling on everyone of any age and from every background to unite against child sexual exploitation by taking part in the awareness day organised by charity The NWG Network on Sunday18th March.

The national child sexual exploitation awareness day aims to encourage everyone to think, spot and speak out against this abuse and adopt a zero tolerance approach to adults developing inappropriate relationships with children or children developing inappropriate relationships with other children.

We will be sharing messages on social media and we hope you can join NWG’s Thunderclap event. You can register here.

What is child sexual exploitation?

Child sexual exploitation is a form of abuse that involves the manipulation of young people under the age of 18 into sexual activity.

The national child sexual exploitation awareness day aims to encourage everyone to think, spot and speak out against this abuse and adopt a zero tolerance approach to adults developing inappropriate relationships with children or children developing inappropriate relationships with other children.

What do I do if I think a child is at risk of sexual exploitation?

If you see something, say something.

If you think a child you know may be at risk of sexual exploitation please contact the Children and Families Front Door on 01452 426565 (Option 1), or the police on 101.

Together, we can work to inform, educate and prevent child sexual exploitation within the UK.

You can find more information about the campaign at http://www.stop-cse.org/national-child-exploitation-awareness-day/raise-awareness/