Our three impact goals
We’ll make it easier for everyone to play their part and create a social safety net that prevents child abuse and neglect. From parents and teachers, to sports coaches, nurses, social workers and members of the public – we’ll harness their kindness and keep children safe together.
Our services like Together for Childhood bring local families, childcare professionals and organisations together to make children safer where they live. And our helpline, staffed by child protection specialists, is here for anyone who needs help or advice on what to do next.
But we're also getting everyone to play their part by:
- running public education campaigns like Talk PANTS and Speak Out Stay Safe to give children the knowledge they need to stay safe and how to speak out if they're worried
- developing and evaluating new services to prevent child sexual abuse, including helping young people to understand harmful sexual behaviour.
- testing new approaches to tackling sexual abuse in two communities, and working with all members of the community to help change behaviour.
Together, we can transform the online world, so it’s safe for every child to go online. We’ll continue to develop groundbreaking initiatives, like our Report Remove service, which empowers young people to have sexual images of themselves removed from the internet.
We’ll support parents, carers and people who work with children to recognise signs of abuse and help keep children safe online. Through tools such as Net Aware, which provides information on the apps, games and social media that children have access to, we want to help parents keep their children safe online.
But we also want to continue working alongside others to demand that governments, policy-makers and tech companies make the online world a safer space for children.
We want more children to be able to speak out, so they feel safe, listened to and understood. Our Childline service will continue to play a very important role. Whether it's online or on the phone, we're always here to listen and provide a safe space for children, no matter what difficulties they’re facing.
We’ll also continue to work with schools across the UK through programmes like Speak out. Stay safe. to help children recognise abuse, understand that it's never their fault, and know who to talk to.
By working together to give children the supportive response they need, we can also make sure abuse doesn’t shape their future. We want to build on and share our expert support to help children recover if they've experienced it.
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