December 7, 2016 Blogs, Vlogs, and Webinars, Exploring Ideas, Learning and Reflections, Research and Evidence Webinar and briefing: Young person-centred approaches in Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE): Building self-efficacy and promoting participation PublicationBy Research in Practice Download Young person-centred approaches in CSE - Frontline Tool Download The webinar focuses on how we can use participatory approaches to help build resilience and a sense of self-efficacy for children and young people in placements and in the community. It will explore ways that practitioners can work with the risk and perceived ‘choices’ facing some young people, enabling young people to be more resilient and a stronger sense of co-ownership between practitioners and young people experiencing CSE. The briefing builds on the findings and recommendations for effective service design and practice development highlighted within our Working effectively to address Child Sexual Exploitation: Evidence Scope (2015). It explores how to work with risk and the perceived ‘choices’ of young people affected by child sexual exploitation, in order to build resilience, self-efficacy and involve young people in decision-making about their care. The tool that accompanies the briefing is a checklist tool containing a set of questions and prompts to use when planning group-based participatory activities with young people affected by child sexual exploitation.