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New laws to protect children online, says Government | NSPCC
21 May 2018 / News
The Government has announced it is bringing in laws to protect children online, in a victory for our Wild West Web campaign.
Online games: helping children to play safe
Find out about the risks of online gaming, how to decide what games are best for your child and ways to keep them safe.
Information for child protection professionals in Northern Ireland
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Our guide about the NSPCC's helpline and Childline services and how we can work with you to protect children and prevent abuse and neglect.
PANTS Parents guide Welsh.pdf
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New parental controls announced by Sky to improve child safety online
21 December 2015 / News
New settings are big step forward in keeping children safe online, says Peter Wanless
Childline sees spike in counselling sessions about race and faith-based bullying
28 June 2017 / News
Our figures reveal that Childline is holding hundreds of counselling sessions about race or faith-based bullying.
Parenting in Congolese and African communities
Advice and tips from the Congolese community on safeguarding and building positive relationships with children.
Online safety and age verification must stay a priority
25 September 2015 / News
Keeping children safe online is one of our priorities—it’s essential the issue also stays at the top of the government agenda, says Dr. Julia Fossi
Ditch the Label announces findings of Annual Bullying Survey 2015
16 April 2015 / News
Bullying related to body image is still a big problem for young people according to Annual Bullying Survey.
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88% rise in Childline counselling sessions about cyberbullying
14 November 2016 / News
Online bullying and related mental health issues highlighted as key concerns at the start of Anti-Bullying Week.
Parental substance misuse
Helping children living with parents who misuse alcohol and drugs.
Azoomee launches to keep children safe online
18 March 2016 / News
New app will donate up to £2 to the NSPCC for annual subscription, helping even more children says Paul Farthing.
Putting online sexual abuse in the spotlight
17 October 2016 / News
We must ensure that children are given the same protection online as they are offline, says Peter Wanless.
Keeping your child safe
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Information for parents and carers about the NSPCC helpline and Childline in Northern Ireland and how we can help you
Facebook tops list of sites used for online grooming
16 April 2018 / News
Facebook tops list of sites used for online grooming. Our Wild West Web campaign calls for mandatory rules to ensure social media networks keep children safe.
Parental mental health
Helping children living with parents with mental health problems.
NSPCC & O2 | Keeping kids safe online
We've joined forces to help keep children safe. Get tips and advice online or call our free O2 & NSPCC helpline.
A parent's guide to being Share Aware
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Helping you to keep your child safe online.
Flaw in the law: PM announces new online grooming offence
11 December 2014 / News
Following our Flaw in the Law campaign, the PM announces plans for legislation to make it a specific offence to an adult to send a sexual message to a child
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