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Global commercial and sexual exploitation of children (2020)
Book Chapter
Laser-Maira, J., Hounmenou, C., & Peach, D. (2020). Global commercial and sexual exploitation of children. In H. Pontell (Ed.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190264079.013.592

The term commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) refers to the for-profit sexual exploitation of children and youth through buying, trading, or selling sexual acts. CSEC is a subset of children and youth who are victims of human trafficking... Read More about Global commercial and sexual exploitation of children.

Grief and loss (2020)
Book Chapter
Lawrence, J. (2020). Grief and loss. In M. Rogers, D. Whitaker, D. Edmondson, & D. Peach (Eds.), Developing skills & knowledge for social work practice (2nd edition) (310-317). London: Sage

Greif and loss involve change which often involves struggling with how to make sense of, and live with, grief. Grief and loss are important and complex areas of social work practice. Although traditional theories remain influential, more contemporary... Read More about Grief and loss.

Developing skills and knowledge for social work practice (2nd edition) (2020)
Book
Rogers, M., Whitaker, D., Edmondson, D., & Peach, D. (2020). Developing skills and knowledge for social work practice (2nd edition). London: Sage

This very practical guide will teach students everything they need to know to successfully apply theory, methods and approaches in real-life practice. It will assist in developing and hone their skills to make the best start in their practice placeme... Read More about Developing skills and knowledge for social work practice (2nd edition).

Parents' points of view: an evaluation of the M'Lop Tapang special needs programme, Cambodia (2020)
Report
Shoemaker, D., Chhim, S., Dom, S., Ngov, C., Kennedy, R., Peach, D., & Rowland, A. (2020). Parents' points of view: an evaluation of the M'Lop Tapang special needs programme, Cambodia

M’Lop Tapang is a registered non-governmental organisation working in South West Cambodia and providing services to 5000 vulnerable children and 2500 families. This evaluation was commissioned to review M’Lop Tapang’s special needs programme. Inter... Read More about Parents' points of view: an evaluation of the M'Lop Tapang special needs programme, Cambodia.

Child sexual abuse and exploitation (2019)
Book Chapter
Peach, D. (2019). Child sexual abuse and exploitation. In S. Pollock, K. Parkinson, & I. Cummins (Eds.), Social Work and Society: Political and Ideological Perspectives (185-199). Bristol, UK: Policy Press

The sexual abuse and exploitation of children has endured, and continues, on what is arguably an unimaginable scale, with the World Health Organization (WHO and ISPCAN, 2006) estimating that worldwide 223 million children experience child sexual abus... Read More about Child sexual abuse and exploitation.

Moving towards self-actualization : a trauma-informed and needs-focused approach to the mental health needs of survivors of commercial child sexual exploitation (2019)
Journal Article
Laser-Maira, J., Peach, D., & Hounmenou, C. (2019). Moving towards self-actualization : a trauma-informed and needs-focused approach to the mental health needs of survivors of commercial child sexual exploitation. International Journal of Social Work, 6(2), 27. https://doi.org/10.5296/ijsw.v6i2.15198

There is increasing evidence that children who are subject to commercial child sexual exploitation (CCSE) are likely to experience complex mental health needs. Failure to address the trauma experienced by victims of CCSE can lead to suicide attempts,... Read More about Moving towards self-actualization : a trauma-informed and needs-focused approach to the mental health needs of survivors of commercial child sexual exploitation.