Child Exploitation can take many different forms, including Sexual, Slavery, Gangs and County Lines. Many of the fundamental principles of Relationship Education and Relationship and Sex Education can educate young people to help with the prevention of Child Exploitation but the What's The Debate? Topics tackle the subject directly helping young people gain an understanding of each form, the keywords such as Grooming and learn the Legal Offences and Consequences linked to each form.
Each set comprises of
25 PVC Statement Cards with the subject and on the reverse of each card is a statement, which allows open and healthy debates on its meanings and understandings through Peer Education
Child Sexual Exploitation
This topic set of Child Sexual Exploitation enables young people to engage in open, honest and challenging debates by using the statements to consider the issues and tackle the myths around Child Sexual Exploitation such as Gender and Peer Exploitation as well as identifying Risky Situations including Online and learning to build appropriate strategies to increase their Safety.
The 4 lesson plans take young people through a process of Understanding and Defining CSE, The Grooming Process and using Case Studies to Spot the Signs and the Legal Offences linked to CSE. The lessons challenge knowledge and enhance understanding in this area.
This resource pack aims to help those become more aware of County Lines, to recognise risk, to spot the signs, support avenues and consequences.
The 25 Statement Cards can help aid discussions about County Lines, what it looks like, the risks, the consequences for the individuals and communities but also to tackle the myths and misconceptions around the topic to challenge stereotypes and create more awareness.
The Lesson Plans will help explore the topic further by recognising risk, understanding the law and legal consequences and how and why young people become involved in County Lines.
A full Facilitators Guide is included
The Prevent resource pack allows for young people to explore and tackle stereotypes that can influence hate, anger and discrimination and how these can be linked to extreme and radical views and behaviours. Young people will also be able to understand the grooming process and pathway into extremism and explore alternative pathways to this.
The lesson plans will introduce extremism and radicalisation and use scenarios to help young people understand signs of radicalisation and the grooming process.
The Gangs Resource Pack aims to raise awareness and help understand why young people fall into gangs and the risks around this.
The Statement Cards will help to hold discussions around risk, gender, consequences, conflict and tackle myths and misconceptions. The Lesson Plans will explore issues such as a sense of belonging, peer pressure, being assertive and transitions