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Child House to help children who've been sexually abused
17 May 2018 / News
Pioneering project to transform the recovery process for children and young people in the UK.
The smacking debate in Northern Ireland: messages from research
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Findings of an evidence based review into the varied perspectives on the smacking debate in Northern Ireland.
Children in need: statistics 2013/14
27 February 2015 / News
2013/14 children in need statistics show a significant rise in referrals and the number of children subject to child protection plans.
NSPCC Scotland response to the Review of The Unified Voluntary Sector Fund and Other Funds 2011-12
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Our submission in response to the consultation on the Review of The Unified Voluntary Sector Fund and Other Funds 2011-12 in February 2012.
NSPCC Northern Ireland written submission to the Assembly Justice Committee on the Justice Bill 2014
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Our written submission to the Assembly Justice Committee on the Justice Bill 2014.
£1.7 million to fund new research into what works for children after abuse
20 December 2016 / News
We've commissioned 4 new research projects to find out what works to help children get back on track after abuse.
Cross-training for runners
29 November 2018 / News
Cross-training is an essential part of your marathon training programme. Our expert coaches, Full Potential, explain how cross-training can boost your running performance.
The practice race
2 January 2019 / News
Taking part in a practice race is a crucial part of your marathon training programme. Read our top tips to get your raceday routine right.
NSPCC Annual Report 2005/06
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A report on the activities of the NSPCC in the past year, including a summary of accounts for the year ended 31 March 2006.
Improving the identification of neglect and testing what works
14 May 2015 / News
We’re looking for partners to trial the Graded Care Profile version 2 – Dawn Hodson explains more about the tool and what’s involved.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to Welsh Women’s Aid/Welsh Government consultation on good practice on delivering whole education approaches to preventing violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence
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Our submission in response to Welsh Women’s Aid/Welsh Government consultation on good practice on delivering whole education approaches to preventing violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence in May 2015.
Supporting services to better identify neglect
21 January 2016 / News
We're looking for new partners to join phase 3 of our Graded Care Profile version 2 trial - Dawn Hodson talks about the journey so far and how to become a partner.
How to prevent training injuries
6 September 2017 / News
Expert coaches Full Potential give their advice on how to stay fit and avoid injury as you prepare for your charity challenge.
I can't tell people what is happening at home
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Report on domestic abuse within South Asian communities: the specific needs of women, children and young people.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to regulations and code of practice in relation to Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act - Part 2 of the Act, on General Functions, including Well-being, Population Assessment, Prevention, Promotion of Social Enterprises and Provision of Information, Advice and Assistance
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Our submission in response to regulations and code of practice in relation to Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act - Part 2 of the Act, on General Functions, including Well-being, Population Assessment, Prevention, Promotion of Social Enterprises and Provision of Information, Advice and Assistance in February 2015.
Fighting for childhood in Northern Ireland
We’re making life better for children in Northern Ireland by inﬂuencing public policy, legislation and practice through our local evidence-based research and services.
Child trafficking and modern slavery are child abuse. We've got advice to help you spot the signs and report your concerns.
Helping you keep children safe: a guide for professionals
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How we can help and support professionals to protect children from abuse and neglect.
Exam stress overwhelming for thousands of children
12 May 2017 / News
Thousands of young people are turning to Childline for help as they struggle to cope with the pressure of exam stress.
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