Grooming 'coalition' launched to tackle child sex abuse

BBC Asian Network by Catrin Nye | Friday, 10 May 2013

A new coalition of community groups is being launched later in a bid to tackle on-street grooming of children by gangs. In the aftermath of recent child sex abuse trials, leading Muslim and child protection organisations are launching the Community Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE) in Bradford on Friday. It is being led by the Islamic Society of Britain and anti-racism campaign... Read more

Muslim leaders back campaign against street grooming gangs

Yorkshire Post | Thursday, 9 May 2013

MUSLIM organisations and civil rights groups are to meet in West Yorkshire to launch a community campaign against sexual grooming by gangs. Led by the Islamic Society of Britain and civil rights movement Hope not Hate, the Community Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE) is being launched in Bradford on Friday. Speakers from West Yorkshire Police, Bradford Council of Mosques and Bradford Council... Read more

Muslim-led campaign to tackle sexual grooming unveiled in Bradford on Friday

Bradford Telegraph and Argus by Claire Armstrong | Wednesday, 8 May 2013

A Muslim-led community campaign against sexual grooming by gangs is to be unveiled in Bradford tomorrow. The Community Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation is being led by the Islamic Society of Britain and civil rights group Hope Not Hate. It aims to bring together groups to educate people about child sexual exploitation, produce training kits and factsheets on the issue for faith and... Read more