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CSE Day discount for Level 4 Accredited Award in CSE (ACSEP)

Become an expert in tackling child sexual exploitation through our ground-breaking course, the Level 4 Accredited Award in Child Sexual Exploitation (ACSEP). As a special offer for CSE Day 2019, if you book before May 31st, you will receive an…

Social Care impact upon families affected by CSE

Saturday’s parent forum meeting reminded us yet again of both the resilience and drive of the parents that we support. Despite their stories, the parents were determined to make their voices heard and instigate change. The meeting marked the first…

New NCA Intelligence Assessment – County Lines

The National Crime Agency have this week published their fourth annual assessment on county lines, which incorporates the exploitation and criminalisation of children and is covered in our latest course for professionals. Through the county lines model children can be…

London Parent Action Group meeting

The next London Parent Action Group (PAG) meeting will be held on Saturday the 2nd of February in North central London from 10.30am-3.30pm. The meeting is open to any parent or carer who has had contact with, or received services…

We must listen

We commend the bravery of families involved in the recent Huddersfield and Rotherham trials and all families affected by child sexual exploitation. The families we work alongside across the UK have worked tirelessly to ensure the perpetrators are brought to…

A star jumps down to Earth

Congratulations to our very brave supporter Ami-Lou who completed a sky dive from 15,000 feet in August to fundraise for Pace. “As soon as my feet touched the ground I wanted to do it all over again” Ami-Lou worked as…

3 Peaks for Pace

Lou McCallion, Digital Communications Officer at Pace shares why she raised money for Pace this summer.   My induction at Pace proved to be a steep and very sad learning curve.   I thought that Pace would have a magic wand, that when parents contacted…

Raising awareness about child sexual exploitation in my community

Ann Page, Early Help School Support Advisor, Walsall Council Having worked with young people in Walsall for many years I knew it was really important to try and improve the awareness about the prevalence and impact of child sexual exploitation…

Parents keep fighting for their child

In celebration of National Volunteers Week, we are sharing the voices of our volunteer befrienders. Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation (Pace) volunteer befrienders play a vital role in delivering Pace’s goal: to work with parents to end child sexual exploitation….

The reason I volunteer is to make a difference

In celebration of National Volunteers Week, we are sharing the voices of our volunteer befrienders. Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation (Pace) volunteer befrienders play a vital role in delivering Pace’s goal: to work with parents to end child sexual exploitation….

The gift of listening

Listening is often a great gift you can give someone. You are changing their reality and providing a space for them to gather themselves and become resilient. Volunteer befrienders come from all walks of life, we have academics, counsellors, affected…

Seriously Awkward – an update from The Children’s Society

We are pleased to bring you the latest blog from The Children’s Society on their Seriously Awkward campaign… Stand up for children’s rights Because of legal inconsistencies there is a dangerous lack of understanding about how situations where 16 and…