MSPs' want to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation
MSPs have urged the Scottish government to do more to tackle the problem of child sexual exploitation in Scotland.
They say that education programmes to help young people recognise and challenge sexual exploitation should be made available across all communities in Scotland.
The call follows an investigation by Holyrood's Public Petitions Committee.
BBC Scotland's social affairs correspondent Reevel Alderson reports on the "hidden" problem.
14 Jan 2014
- From the section Scotland