Child Sexual Exploitation: Learning from Rotherham and Beyond





Date: Friday 8th July 2016

Venue: University of Sheffield



The Centre for Criminological Research at the University of Sheffield is hosting a one day symposium on child sexual exploitation on "Learning from Rotherham and Beyond"


Confirmed Keynote Speakers are:

Dr Carlene Firmin, Senior Research Fellow, University of Bedfordshire

Esella Hawkey, Producer, BBC Panorama

Martin Tate, South Yorkshire Police

For details of the papers to be presented, please download the programme via the link to the right.

The Registration Fee is £80/£40 (a limited number of reduced fee places are available for PhD students) to include lunch, refreshments and an evening drinks reception.

To register, please click on the Register Here button to the right.

For further information, please contact Maggie Wykes (m.wykes@sheffield.ac.uk) or Lisa Burns (l.k.burns@sheffield.ac.uk)