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Support for children after abuse "inadequate"
27 January 2016 / News
We're launching a new campaign, It’s time, to demand that every child receives essential support they need after abuse.
Domestic abuse: 75% rise in helpline contacts since 2011
29 September 2016 / News
10 adults a day now contact us worried about children living in a dangerous or risky home.
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.
Introducing NSPCC Learning
4 September 2018 / News
Do you work or volunteer with children? Our new website provides all the tools, training and resources you need to help you keep them safe.
Child protection postgraduate course developed by NSPCC Scotland and the University of Stirling
18 December 2014 / News
Accredited programme will focus on advanced practice skills for experienced practitioners.
Child sex offence recorded on average every 8 minutes in UK
20 February 2018 / News
We're calling on government to ensure training and support is available to frontline police officers as child sex offences reach an all-time high.
Putting child neglect in the spotlight
19 October 2015 / News
Providing the evidence on finding the best ways to prevent and intervene early neglect.
Lack of support for children returning home from care
15 September 2014 / News
Support provided to families with children returning home from care urgently needs rethinking.
Protecting children from radicalisation
We're here to protect children from harm. It can be hard to know when extreme views become something dangerous. And the signs of radicalisation aren't always obvious. We're providing support to adults worried about the radicalisation of a child.
Professionals play a key role in supporting FGM victims
30 October 2015 / News
It’s essential we provide psychological support for the women and girls who have gone through FGM, John Cameron says
Government must protect children on social media
18 June 2017 / News
Social media companies must be forced to follow a set universal rules enforced by an independent regulator.
Our response to Operation Sanctuary
11 August 2017 / News
Chief executive Peter Wanless explains the NSPCC response to Operation Sanctuary.
Over 100,000 children rejected for mental health treatment
10 November 2017 / News
Child mental health referral rejections top 100,000
It can be hard to know what emotional abuse is. We’ve got advice on the signs, effects and how to report it.
Report child abuse
In the UK and worried about a child's safety or wellbeing? You can report it to our 24/7 phone or online services, remaining anonymous if you wish.
Early intervention is essential in giving babies the best possible start
2 February 2015 / News
Prevention of harm is possible but we need better early support for parents, says Sherry Malik
Huge increase in suicidal feelings among young people
31 October 2014 / News
Figures released as Child Helplines from across the world hold summit in London - 'On the Edge' study reveals disturbing trends in the increased unhappiness of young people in Britain.
Putting the spotlight on families facing adversity
12 March 2018 / News
We must do more to reduce the risk of child abuse and neglect in families facing adversity, says Peter Wanless.
Bedroom sharing and moving out
Information and guidance on children sharing bedrooms and legislation on what age a child can leave home.
A Stitch in Time
We're asking the Government to invest in early support to help children, young people and their families. Back the A Stitch in Time campaign.
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