Child protection news
Inquiry highlights that more needs to be done to protect children from sexual exploitation.
A new NSPCC report has highlighted the risks to younger children who join social networking sites without meeting the minimum age requirement.
Success for the NSPCC as the Prime Minister announces key measures to keep children safer online.
Revelations about the former presenter has led to an increase in reporting child sex abuse and police taking victims more seriously.
The NSPCC helpline on hand for advice and support as 'Exposure: Predators Abroad' investigates sex offenders travelling abroad to abuse children.
We are joining the Daily Telegraph campaign for better sex education to give pupils a healthy understanding of sex and how to protect themselves online.
We have launched a helpline to protect UK children from female genital mutilation (FGM).
New research as part of our All Babies Count campaign shows worrying gaps in the availability of services that focus on a mother's mental health.
The high number of horrific child abuse cases reported in the media may be a good thing, says NSPCC’s Peter Watt.
Naming a suspect gives more victims an opportunity to come forward and helps police build a stronger criminal case, says NSPCC's Peter Watt.
Two episodes of the BBC drama Casualty deal with the shocking subject of female genital mutilation of children in the UK.
NSPCC director Peter Watt comments on investigation into North Wales child abuse as initial findings report published.
The NSPCC launches 'How safe are our children?', a report that aims to track the state of child abuse in the UK.
Our national campaign urges the public to contact the NSPCC helpline if they are worried about a child and report their concerns.
The NSPCC and the Metropolitan Police have released a report that looks at the allegations of sexual abuse made against Jimmy Savile and others.
The ChildLine annual report, 'Saying the Unsayable', shows that the number of young people seeking help abouut self-harm has soared by 68 per cent.
Jon Brown, our sexual abuse lead, talks in-depth about the issue of child sex abuse in the UK.
The UK Safer Internet Centre has revealed that sexting is part of everyday life for teenagers in Britain.
There has been a surge in calls to the NSPCC about child abuse concerns following the Jimmy Savile inquiy.
Google and Microsoft Bing have announced new technology that will block child abuse images from search results.
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