Helping children from ethnic and minority communities
Many children from ethnic and minority communities face discrimination and are sometimes without the most basic support to keep them safe from harm.
The NSPCC recognises the importance of everyone working together towards improving child safety including parents, carers and professionals.
How we can help you
If you work in a black and minority ethnic (BME) communitiy or faith group, you can work in partnership with our designated link officer. They will then help you to:
- improve your practice and standards for safeguarding
- help you access information, advice and support
- find you relevant child protection training
- help you raise awareness through seminars and conferences that addresses children’s welfare where faith and culture are key factors.
Use our free resources
- Order our free CD Rom Available in many languages to help you raise awareness with parents and carers, community leaders, staff and volunters.
- Find umbrella bodies that support faith and BME groups.
- Find training and learning resources to suit you.
If you would like more information on our work with faith and black and minority ethinic groups please contact us.