Young Person Consultation

 

Between December 2013 – September 2014 we consulted with approximately 65 young people affected by CSE. We ran a number of focus groups as well surveys that young people could complete with workers and send to us. 

 

We asked young people:
  • If a national awareness campaign was needed? 
  • If so, what could it look like? 
  • If so, what would be the best way to raise awareness? 
 
What did young people tell us?
 
  • that a national campaign was needed
  • that schools were key to it working
  • that there was a need for a variety of options for young people to speak out as some young people felt they had no options
  • plus they gave us lots of information about what a campaign could look like
 
 
 
From October 2014 - present 
 
We have had a group of 5-14 young people working on developing the #SaySomething campaign, which launched on the 29th of June 2015 at Westminster. The purpose of the campaign is to help young people identify the signs of a healthy/unhealthy relationship. A number of resources have been created to help as the campaign is rolled out nationally including posters, roller banners for schools, wristbands and credit card style leaflets for young people. For more information see www.stop-cse.org/saysomething
 
     
              
 
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