‘Where are the Black girls in our CSA services, studies and statistics?’

Researcher Jahnine Davis explores why Black girls and women’s experience of child sexual abuse is often missed and provides suggestions for social workers and leaders to improve practice

“Participants felt “meaning well” & having good intentions meant services & individuals did not feel the need to examine how young Black women were actually receiving their service, allowing harmful behaviour where Black girls felt excluded or unheard to continue.”

Read full piece at source: ‘Where are the Black girls in our CSA services, studies and statistics?’

More by Jahnine Davis

Listen to Jahnine Davis talk about equality, diversity and inclusion within safeguarding in this great podcast and consider listening to the series: 

Read: Boys to men: the cost of ‘adultification’ in safeguarding responses to Black boys by Jahnine Davis and Nick Marsh

Read: The hyper-visible and invisible children by Jahnine Davis and Nick Marsh

Follow @JahnineDavis

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