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The NSPCC is calling for all schools to provide age-appropriate lessons in online safety, with pupils themselves sharing advice on how to stay safe.
Retired Eastbourne priests arrested in connection with sexual assaults against children
Alexander Bede Walsh, age 58, a former catholic priest is facing jail after being found guilty of two serious sexual offences and 19 counts of indecent assault on boys between the ages of 8 and 16.
According to figures obtained from 43 police forces in England and Wales by the NSPCC, every day 64 children are sexually abused in England and Wales.
Child victims of sexual exploitation have been failed by the system because convictions are so hard to achieve, says Barnardo's children's charity. According to Official figures taken from 2009, there were 89 child sexual exploitation convictions in England and Wales.
Primary School teacher, Nigel Leat, 51, was jailed indefinitely after filming himself sexually abusing children at Hillside First School, Weston-super-Mare. He admitted 36 sexual offences including attempted rape, sexual assault and other serious sexual offences.
Ian Tomlinson, 47 a homeless newspaper seller who was not involved in the protests but trying to make his way home was struck on the thigh with a baton by PC Simon Harwood who also forcefully pushed him in the back causing him to fall heavily to the ground.
The government has ordered a review into the Care Quality Commission's failure to investigate systematic and inhumane treatment of residents of Winterbourne View unit, a specialist unit for vulnerable adults.
A serious case review has found that a 12 year old girl who was drugged, raped and murdered by her uncle was failed by social workers in Salford.
With march marking International Women's Month, Luton Rape Crisis (LRC) is campaigning to tackle the myths surrounding sexual violence.
A 54 year old therapist who worked in Switzerland and Germany since 1982 has admitted sexually abusing more than 100 mentally and physically disabled children and adults.
A catholic priest was found guilty of a string of offences involving the sexual abuse of children over a period of 24 years.
Campaigners for survivors who were sexually abused by Catholic priests during childhood have demanded a statutory inquiry into clergy sex abuse, ahead of the Pope's four day visit to the UK in September 2010.
A 25 year old man from Manchester described in court as a predatory paedophile who is "every parent's nightmare, has been jailed indefinitely to protect young boys.
In 1975 when Cardinal Brady was a priest he asked two children aged 10 and 14 to sign secrecy agreements about their complaints against paedophile priest Fr Brendan Smyth. Now 35 years later Cardinal Brady said he wanted to apologise.
Facebook has been accused of a "glaring failure" to implement advice on protecting children online after the conviction of a man for kidnapping, raping and murdering teenager Ashleigh Hall.
According to a report by the Children's Commissioner, children held at Yarls Wood Immigration Centre in Bedford, face "extremely distressing" arrest and transportation procedures.
The NSPCC has obtained police figures which show that last year more than 21,000 sex offences against children were recorded.
Cardinal Sean Brady, leader of the Catholic Church in Ireland has apologised for the way child abuse, which occurred in Dublin was covered up by the Church.
Nursery worker, Vanessa George has pleaded guilty to 13 charges, including sexual abuse of children, and making and distributing indecent images of children.
Female genital mutilation is nearly always carried out on minors and is therefore a violation of the rights of the child. It is a form of child abuse.
Childline states that over the last five years the number of calls by children reporting sexual abuse by women has risen five times faster than youngsters reporting abuse by men.
Between April 2008 and March 2009 Ofsted carried out 173 serious case reviews concerning the most serious cases of cases of child abuse in England. It found that 34% of the reviews had weaknesses.