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We are calling on the Government to strengthen the law so all children and young people experiencing exploitation get the protection they need.
The Children's Society has appointed Joe Jenkins to its executive team as Director of Fundraising and Supporter Engagement.
We have worked with local authorities for over 20 years to fight child sexual exploitation
We have been campaigning for vulnerable children and young people at risk of sexual exploitation for over two decades. Learn more about our history of fighting child sexual exploitation.
When Becky was 15 she met someone she thought really cared for her. But then things changed. Watch her story here.
Our new report has found that an estimated 50,000 girls in England and Wales have been victims of child sexual exploitation crimes but only 4,900 cases have been recorded by the police.
Ask the Government to strengthen the law so that 16 and 17 year olds experiencing sexual exploitation are given protection, get the help they need and access to the justice they deserve.
16 and 17 year olds are at high risk of becoming victims of sexual crimes
A new report by The Children's Society finds that too many young people are struggling to access the support they need to overcome mental health problems.
The Children's Society responds to the House of Lords vote to delay changes to child tax credits.