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Petitions Committee takes evidence on sexual expliotation, 29/10/13 [S]

During its meeting of 29 October 2013 the Scottish Parliament Public Petitions Committee took evidence as part of its inquiry into tackling child sexual exploitation in Scotland.

The Committee heard from Sheila Taylor MBE, chief executive officer; and Cheryl Stevens, project co-ordinator, from the NWG Network—the national working group for sexually exploited children and young people.

They also took evidence from Professor Kirsten Stalker, professor of disability studies at the University of Strathclyde.

For full details see the Scottish Parliament Public Petitions Committee Official Report 29 October 2013 which is available from the Scottish Parliament website.

Further Information

Scottish Parliament Public Petitions Committee Official Report 29 October 2013