The director of a documentary alleging Michael Jackson groomed and abused two young boys said the pop star cultivated an “innocent, child-like image” to get close to vulnerable children.
The most senior Catholic cleric ever charged with child sex abuse has been convicted in Australia of molesting two choirboys.
Church leaders from around the world are gathering after Pope Francis summoned them for a summit on how to deal with cases of sex abuse by clergy.
An editor of BBC Asian Network was found not guilty over the naming of a sexual abuse victim during a live radio news bulletin, on Friday.
Jonathan West, a child protection campaigner has said that child sexual abuse “seems to be a worldwide problem for the Church.”
Sarah Champion, the Labour MP for Rotherham has said the Government must issue “immediate” and “clear guidance” after it was revealed that local authorities had invited Sammy Woodhouse’s abuser to apply for parental rights to her son.
Sammy Woodhouse, who was groomed in Rotherham, has waived her anonymity to speak out against the council's decision to contact her rapist and offer him the chance to see his son
Thirty people will go on trial charged with offences relating to the alleged sexual exploitation of vulnerable children in Huddersfield, a judge has ruled.
Former South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Shaun Wright will not face any charges in relation to an allegation he lied to MPs about his knowledge of the Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal.
The Nobel Foundation will now be handing out the 2018 along with the 2019 winner next year.
It is claimed the man used fake documents in order to gain church qualifications
Mark Goldring spoke to MPs and revealed roughly 7,000 people have cancelled regular Oxfam donations
Many accused of abuse were still able to gain jobs in the aid sector
Executive director Winnie Byanyima has said damning sexual exploitation allegations are a 'stain' on the charity
Talks will be held on how sexual exploitation and abuse can be tackled
Prosecutor Nicholas Johnson QC claims Barry Bennell exploited children who would do anything to be a professional footballer
During sentencing the judge told Larry Nassar 'I've just signed your death warrant'
More than 140 sportswomen have claimed they were the subject of abuse by Larry Nassar
Local MP John Woodcock says he will be demanding a public inquiry into the 2012 tragedy
At an inquest Poppi's father Paul Worthington refused to answer questions about her death 252 times
Deneuve was one of 100 French women who wrote open letter, condemning post-Harvey Weinstein backlash and saying there is a line between rape and seduction
Two rape cases have recently collapsed due to problems with disclosing evidence
Although police say they have proved the claims are false some on social media believe this is a cover-up
Vu was found guilty of multiple counts of sexual assault and rape on the same victim - a girl under 13
It is claimed the man would ask the children to visit him to play games and smoke hookah pipes
Gender equality minister Marlene Schiappa says it is necessary to bring harassment in the street into the law
Film producer Harvey Weinstein has lost his job and his wife has left him over the allegations
The National Prosecuting Authority says there is little chance the woman would be prosecuted, despite admitting to the stabbing
Barrister Jason Hadden says many think money should be spent on paedophiles who are alive rather than alleged ones who have died
Although she told police there were 23 men, when appearing before a magistrate she claimed there were only eight men
Judge Penny Moreland says the men in the gang targeted teenagers and young women who were 'young, impressionable, naive and vulnerable'
The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority has been criticised for allegedly not taking money back from people who made false claims
Julia Hartley-Brewer clashed with Muslim MP Khalid Mahmood over the criticism of Sarah Champion's article
Dr Taj Hargey spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the conviction of 18 people for offences relating to child sexual abuse
Lawyer Ulrich Weber has completed a report on abuse which took place in the Regensburger Domspatzen choir
The Foundation for Responsible Robotics is calling for a debate on sex robots before they become widely available
A report titled Abuse of Faith claims senior figures in the Church of England showed little care for the victims of Peter Ball
Fred Talbot has been found guilty of seven charges against him
'Don Piccoli' admits the abuse - but claims child encouraged him by showing him his penis
Charges against George Ormond relate to alleged offences between 1973 and 1998
The Family Education Trust has a released a report which claims children are at risk of sexual abuse because underage sex is viewed as a part of growing up
The children were abused by the couple between 1969 and 1985, but were forced to pretend their lives were fine when social services visited
Rapists who stay married to their victim for at least three years avoid punishment under current legislation
Last week the Government introduced a cap on child tax credits parents are only eligible to receive the benefit for their first two children, unless the mother can prove she was raped
Robert Seman was accused of killing a 10-year-old girl and her grandparents in 2015, if he was convicted he would have faced the death penalty
More than 100 people who took part in a paedophile network have been detained, so far 10 victims have been identified from the network's files
Chairman of the Commons media committee Damian Collins has criticised Facebook for the handling of reports about sexualised child images on the website
A mother has been jailed for forcing her daughter into prostitution as well as encouraging her then- boyfriend to rape her
Ralph Clarke, a retired lorry driver, was convicted at Birmingham Crown Court