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Child exploitation

“Are you listening?”

A young person wearing a padded coat stands with their back to the camera and their hands in their pockets. Underneath the coat, they are wearing a hoodie, and they have their hood up.

National Child Exploitation Awareness Day aims to highlight the issues surrounding child exploitation (CE); encouraging everyone to think, spot, and speak out against abuse. The campaign calls for us all to take a zero tolerance approach to child sexual exploitation (CSE) and child criminal exploitation (CCE).

This year, young people who have been supported by our Child Exploitation and Missing from Home services told us about their experience, and the help they received from Catch22.

We have also created a range of resources including posters and blogs to help inform professionals and parents/care givers about child exploitation, as part of Child Exploitation Awareness Day, which can be downloaded below.