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Seeking Refuge? Domestic violence, immigration law “ no recourse to public funds"

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Self Produced Images Risk Taking Online: Quantitative analysis of identified children data

Spirto examined 350 anonymised cases from the International Child Sexual Exploitation image database (ICSE DB), of children under 18 years who had been identified in the UK as appearing in online sexual images (which were, or could be, illegal under UK law).
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September 2016: Criminal Offence of Domestic Abuse Analysis of Consultation Responses

This report presents an analysis of responses to the Scottish Government's consultation on a criminal offence of domestic abuse.
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Setting the Record: The trafficking of migrant women in the England and Wales off-street prostitution sector

Police research into the nature and scale of trafficking in England and Wales, focussing on off-street prostitution. The study, which takes its results from interviews with over 200 migrant women working in prostitution, has been widely criticised for underestimating the problem, for example in failing to find any trafficked African women despite support services for such women being full to capacity. The study can be read here.
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Sex and Ethics: Young people and ethical sex

Sociological research conducted with young Australians (16 - 25) which argues for an approach to sexuality and sexual assault prevention education based on developing skills in ethical sex. For further information and publications visit Sex and Ethics
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Sex in the City: Mapping Commercial Sex Across London

Sex and the City An attempt to map where sex is being sold in London, in order to clarify the scale and range of venues selling sex and therefore the numbers of women working in prostitution.
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Sexual Offences (Scotland) Act 2009

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Sexual victimisation and stalking self-completion module from the 2009/10 Scottish Crime and Justice survey

2009/10 Scottish Crime And Justice Survey: Sexual Victimisation And Stalking (09/12/10): Sexual victimisation and stalking self-completion module from the 2009/10 Scottish Crime and Justice survey.
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Sexualisation of Young People

This review looks at how sexualised images and messages may be affecting the development of children and young people and influencing cultural norms, and examines the evidence for a link between sexualisation and violence.
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Sexy Inc. Our Children Under Influence

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