The Child Sexual Exploitation Conference 2017 provides a platform to discuss the latest impact of government reforms on national efforts to prevent and tackle CSE, along with an update from policymakers on CSE policy going forward.
Participants will have the opportunity to gain insights from leading practitioners and experts on how to successfully share information, collaborate with relevant stakeholders and work in multi-agency teams to identify, prevent and support victims of CSE.
The Child Sexual Exploitation Conference 2017 will provide attendees with a timely opportunity to discuss the implications of government policy going forward, including the impact of recent reforms and initiatives on national efforts to prevent and tackle child sexual exploitation (CSE).
Participants will also hear from leading organisations and experts that are successfully sharing information, collaborating with relevant stakeholders and working in multi-agency teams to identify, prevent and support victims of CSE.
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