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NSPCC Northern Ireland response to the Department of Health pre-consultation on a successor strategy to the New Strategic Direction on Alcohol and Drugs Phase 2
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Our submission in response to the Department of Health pre-consultation on a successor strategy to the New Strategic Direction on Alcohol and Drugs Phase 2
NSPCC Northern Ireland response to Sinn Fein consultation on a draft mental health policy document
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Our submission in response Sinn Fein consultation on a draft mental health policy document
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to: Relationships and Sexuality Education Guidance 2018
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Our submission in response to NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to: Relationships and Sexuality Education Guidance 2018 (March 2019)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to draft curriculum for Wales 2022 guidance
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Our submission in response to the draft curriculum for Wales 2022 guidance
Concern over young children left home alone for the summer holidays
26 July 2019 / News
Long summer holidays have seen a rise in concerned calls to our Helpline about children being left home alone. If you are unsure whether to leave a child home alone - read our tips for parents and carers.
Thousands of contacts to dedicated female genital mutilation helpline
23 July 2019 / News
New figures show contacts to the NSPCC FGM Helpline rose by 36% in 2018/19.
Order in Court
We're campaigning for vital changes to make our justice system fair, age appropriate, and fit for children.
Effects of child abuse
Abuse can derail a child’s development. But together, we can change that.
Alice was sexually abused when she was very young. She talks about how our Young Witness service helped her to feel supported when she gave evidence at the trial of the man who sexually abused her.
Peter Wanless statement
12 June 2019 / News
We’re sorry for the hurt that has been caused by recent events with Munroe Bergdorf. We’re here for every child, including the LGBTQ+ community, who can contact Childline any time.
Female genital mutilation (FGM)
Female genital mutilation is illegal. We've got advice to help you keep children and young people safe.
Neglect can be hard to spot. We've got advice on the types and signs of neglect and what you can do if you’re worried about a child.
After going into care Annie felt she had no control over her life or where she lived. Getting support from NSPCC helped her to understand her rights and revoke her care order.
It can be hard to know what emotional abuse is. We’ve got advice on the signs, effects and how to report it.
Witnessing domestic abuse is child abuse. If you're worried about a child, we have advice to help you keep them safe.
Child trafficking and modern slavery are child abuse. We've got advice to help you spot the signs and report your concerns.
Childline sees over 6,000 counselling sessions about gender and sexual identity
5 June 2019 / News
Thousands of young people turned to Childline last year for help with issues including gender identity, coming out and homophobic bullying.
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Over 70% of adults want social networks to face criminal sanctions
20 April 2019 / News
We believe that it should be a criminal offence if social networks grossly breach children's safety online.
NSPCC Annual Report 2017/18
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