Stereotyping by practitioners preventing disclosure of child sexual abuse in ethnic minority groups

Story updated  Cultural stereotyping among social workers and other professionals is creating barriers to people from ethnic minority communities disclosing child sexual abuse, the inquiry into CSA has found. Victims and survivors reported being told that abuse was part of their culture and also said that professionals failed to act for fear of being perceived […]

Source: Stereotyping by practitioners preventing disclosure of child sexual abuse in ethnic minority groups

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