Child sexual abuse and human trafficking fall on spectrum

Deborah Jonathan a Six Nations Health Services nurse and Lindsay Lobb, police relations liaison for the Canadian Centre for Child Protection

By Donna Duric Writer About 94 per cent of sexual abuse victims do not tell anyone what has happened to them. That’s why it’s important for parents to recognize the signs and talk with their children about sexual abuse and the risks associated with sexual abuse and human trafficking. “We want you to be aware of what those risks are,” said Deborah Jonathan, a nurse with Six Nations Health Services at a human trafficking workshop at the Community Hall Mar. 11. “We know that young women in Canada are at greatest risk,” she said. “We have a lot of young, beautiful girls in our community who will be targets. Not just girls, but boys, as well.” Lindsay Lobb, police relations liaison for the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, said child…

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