Summary of Specific Issues for Asian Girls in Relation to Sexual Exploitation
The National Working Group, whose membership includes the Dept of Health, the NHS, the Royal Colleges, ACPO and other statutory representatives and specialist sexual exploitation organisations e.g. Barnardos, NSPCC etc. has referenced the MWNUK Unheard Voices in their report on Child Sexual Exploitation launched on 15th January 2014. This is the summary they referenced.
Jess Phillips MP
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