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Children at risk of criminalisation – why don’t we tell them?

Posted on 11 January 2024 by Dorottya Cserzo

Guest post by  Dr Kathy Hampson In England and Wales, children can be prosecuted for their actions from the age of 10 (called becoming ‘criminally responsible’). There are other issues […]

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Hidden Harms: Understanding Child and Adolescent to Parent Violence and Abuse

Posted on 5 May 2023 by Dorottya Cserzo

Guest post by Bethan Pell   Recent media headlines have drawn attention to child to parent violence yet there is a lack of understanding as to how it should be […]

Events

Giving evidence in parliament

Posted on 13 March 2023 by Dorottya Cserzo

On the 1st of March, Nina Maxwell participated in the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Child Criminal Exploitation & Knife Crime discussing the Victims Bill alongside Iryna Pona (Policy and Research […]

Updates

What are the service outcomes for criminally exploited children?

Posted on 24 February 2023 by Dorottya Cserzo

We have launched a new research project to examine the referral routes, service approaches, interventions and education, health, social care and offending outcomes for criminally exploited children in two local […]

 

I’m trying to save my family: Parent experiences of child criminal exploitation by Nina Maxwell

Posted on 17 February 2023 by Dorottya Cserzo

Maxwell, N. (2022). I’m trying to save my family: Parent experiences of child criminal exploitation. Youth Justice. This paper presents interview findings from parents with lived experience of parenting a […]