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Keep up to date with the latest news at the NSPCC, including events and fundraising updates, and the latest on the work our corporate partners and celebrities are doing to support us.
Children must be listened to and taken seriously, and Government and all agencies must make a clear commitment to root out abuse.
1 in 6 young people aged between 13-15 say they know someone in a gang - if you're worried about a young person in a gang, call the NSPCC helpline.
46% of young people think things could go wrong on teen dating apps and websites. Immediate action must be taken to keep children and young people safe.
Follow in the furry footsteps of the world's favourite Peruvian explorer, Paddington Bear, on the Paddington Trail this October.
The NSPCC are heading to the Latitude festival in Suffolk this July to spread the word about the work we do.
Mark Wood, the NSPCC’s Chairman, has thanked Tom Toumazis for a decade of dedication and tireless fundraising for ChildLine.
Abbey Clancy and Melinda Messenger join forces with the NSPCC as ambassadors for Underwear Rule campaign.
Research shows 44,000 primary school aged children visited an adult website in December 2013. We are calling for tougher enforcement and restrictions on access to porn online.
Dr Linda Papadopolous and parents took part in a Google Hangout to share their top tips about talking to children about keeping safe.
ChildLine, Selfharm.co.uk, YouthNet and Young Minds have joined together to highlight the main causes and raise awareness of the support available for self-harm.
We're joining with UKSIC and hundreds of organisations worldwide to celebrate Safer Internet Day and promote the safe use of technology.
Sex offender is caught and jailed after mums talks to child about keeping safe following the NSPCC's Underwear Rule campaign.
Ministers and FGM helpline practitioners discuss how they can work together to tackle FGM, ahead of international awareness day.
Take a look at what we are doing to help end cruelty to children in the UK right now.
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