Youth and community approaches to preventing child sexual exploitation: South African and UK project experiences
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Other TitlesThe SAGE Handbook of Youth Work Practice
AbstractThis chapter brings together case studies from two pieces of research – an evaluative study in the UK (D’Arcy et al., 2015) and a participatory action research project in South Africa (Wallace, 2015). The chapter aims to provide international perspectives on youth and community approaches to empowering children, young people and their families in preventing and raising awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and Child SexualAbuse (CSA). It highlights the potential relevance and significance of central tenets of youth and community approaches to prevention work in CSE and CSA by drawing upon the concepts of education, voluntary engagement,participation, strengths-based approaches and rights-based models of working with children and young people.
CitationD'Arcy K, Thomas R, Wallace C. (2018) 'Youth and community approaches to preventing child sexual exploitation: South African and UK project experiences', in Alldred P, Cullen F, Edwards K, Fusco D. (ed(s).). The SAGE Handbook of Youth Work Practice, Sage pp.412-426.
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