Outreach work : child sexual exploitation : a rapid evidence assessment
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AbstractThis briefing is based on a rapid review of the available literature on outreach work with children and young people. It is intended to provide the ReachOut project with an overview of different approaches to outreach; what it generally aims to achieve; what distinguishes it from centre--‐based work and how it is applicable to children and young people involved in, or at risk of, child sexual exploitation. We highlight what is known about ‘detached’ and other approaches that aim to reach vulnerable populations who are not accessing mainstream services. We hope it will be useful in informing ReachOut’s thinking about the role and value of its own outreach activities.
CitationBovarnick S, McNeish D, Pearce J (2016) 'Outreach work : child sexual exploitation : a rapid evidence assessment'. : University of Bedfordshire.
PublisherUniversity of Bedfordshire
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