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Real voices: child sexual exploitation in Greater Manchester
6 November 2014 / News
Summary of Ann Coffey MP’s independent report into child sexual exploitation in Manchester including its findings and recommendations.
Adam Johnson case highlights flaw in the law
28 February 2017 / News
50,000 people petitioned to close the Flaw in the Law that allowed an adult to send a sexual message to a child. But there's still one hurdle before Police can charge people with the offence.
Female genital mutilation: legislation, policy and guidance
Details of legislation, policy and guidance about FGM in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
1 in 5 children are rejected mental health treatment
12 October 2015 / News
A‘time bomb’ of serious mental health conditions is being created if vulnerable victims children don’t get early help
Dare to Debate: Foetal Alcohol Syndrome
30 January 2015 / News
The second instalment of our Dare to Debate seminar series explores the issue of drinking during pregnancy.
Spending review: what it means in our fight for every childhood
25 November 2015 / News
Our response to the Chancellor's spending review and Autumn statement
Parental mental health
Helping children living with parents with mental health problems.
Share Aware campaign launches
9 January 2015 / News
Our Share Aware campaign encouraging families to talk about socialising safely online has launched.
Annual Report 2018/2019
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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 2019.
Parental substance misuse
Helping children living with parents who misuse alcohol and drugs.
Child protection should always be on the government's agenda
15 June 2015 / News
Peter Wanless addressing How safe are our children? conference - will call for vital action to be taken by government in order to better protect children.
We're working with midwives in Wales to help new parents
3 September 2015 / News
Our Coping with Crying service has been adopted by Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University health board in Wales.
Our open letter to the FA regarding Adam Johnson
24 March 2016 / News
NSPCC CEO, Peter Wanless on the Adam Johnson case
Young people contacting ChildLine struggling with mental health issues
13 February 2015 / News
ChildLine annual review reveals young people are struggling with mental health issues.
Sharing our learning about harmful sexual behaviour
27 February 2017 / News
We can help children understand and overcome their behaviour by giving them effective support, says Peter Wanless.
Helpline sees rise in contacts about neglect and abuse during Christmas
30 December 2016 / News
New NSPCC figures reveal a huge rise in the number of people getting in touch about child abuse and neglect during the festive period.
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.
Adults grooming children: still not illegal
3 March 2017 / News
The number of abusers meeting children after grooming them has more than tripled in five years - yet police still can’t arrest people for grooming in England and Wales.
Dare to Debate: child sexual abuse investigations
11 November 2015 / News
The third instalment of our Dare to Debate seminar series explores the issue of whether child abuse investigations have lost their focus.
Equality for mental health
2 November 2015 / News
We’re calling for more support for young people with mental health issues.
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