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NSPCC Northern Ireland response to Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety Getting the Structures Right consultation on reform and transformation of the Health and Social Care system
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Our submission in response to DHSSPC Getting the Structures Right consultation on reform and transformation of the Health and Social Care system in February 2016.
It can be hard to know how to talk to your child about the risks of watching online porn. Our advice can help you explain the risks to your child, prevent them from watching porn, and know what to do if your child has explicit or upsetting content online.
Leave a charity gift in your Will | NSPCC Guardians
Find out how to leave a gift to the NSPCC in your Will. Request a free legacy information pack and become a guardian for future generations.
Protecting children from radicalisation
It can be hard to know what to do if you're worried about the radicalisation of a child. We've got advice to help.
Ten-year strategy 2021-31
Over the last 5 years we've made 6.3 million children safer - read more about the NSPCC's impact.
Poll shows widescale public support for stronger laws to protect children from online abuse
12 March 2021 / News
Our new poll shows overwhelming public support for more online safety and protection for children .
Nine in 10 children back new online safety laws
1 July 2019 / News
Our Wild West Web campaign has been instrumental in the Government unveiling tough new online safety measures.
Facebook must be stopped from creating hiding places for child abuse
5 December 2019 / News
Facebook is planning to roll out end-to-end encryption on its platforms, making child sexual abuse harder to detect.
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.
22 cyber-related sex crimes against children recorded on average a day
25 June 2019 / News
We're calling on the next Prime Minister prioritise online safety and bring in laws that deliver a change in protection against abuse
Support for end-to-end encryption increases if child safety can be protected
16 April 2021 / News
Private messaging is the frontline of child sexual abuse online and we are calling for an urgent reset of debates on end-to-end encryption.
Facebook end-to-end encryption plans make stopping child abuse online harder
26 March 2021 / News
New plans from Facebook risk turning back the clock on children's online safety. We're calling on the Government to take action now to protect children online.
Recorded online sexual grooming crimes rise by a third
11 September 2019 / News
We're calling on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to prioritise online safety and bring in laws that deliver a change in protection against abuse
Estimated 90 cybercrimes recorded a day against children
14 January 2020 / News
We estimate more than 25,300 child abuse image and sexual grooming offences have been recorded by the police since the Online Harms White Paper was published just over 9 months ago.
We’ve designed a website that we want everyone to be able to use regardless of their ability or disability. We’ve followed W3C guidance and are working towards meeting their best practice standards.
Keeping children safe at work
We explain the laws that keep children and young people safe at work, work experience and volunteering.
Get creative with rock painting
Keep busy while learning about speaking out and staying safe by making rock decorations with your kids, perfect for 5-11 year olds.
9 out of 10 parents back social network regulation
12 February 2019 / News
Our #WildWestWeb campaign calls for a social media regulator to force social networks to protect children on their platforms.
Play your part for children
As more children return to school, we know the impact of the pandemic isn’t over. We want to answer every child's call. Will you help us be here?
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