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Bullying is key reason for under 11s to contact ChildLine
17 November 2014 / News
ChildLine has partnered with Cartoon Network to help children take action against bullying, as National Anti Bullying Week 2014 launches.
Childline counselling for cyberbullying continues to rise
13 November 2017 / News
As Anti-Bullying Week 2017 starts, a 12% rise is reported in cyberbullying counselling sessions.
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.
Bullying and cyberbullying | NSPCC
What is bullying? What is cyberbullying? Is online bullying different? What are the signs to look out for? Read our advice for parents and carers.
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.
Anti-grooming law delay "unacceptable"
10 January 2017 / News
The Government has been accused of dragging its feet over a law which would arm police with new powers to tackle online grooming.
Bullying videos: Report it, don't share it
5 December 2016 / News
Join us and The Sun for our #BlockTheBullying campaign and pledge to report videos on social media platforms showing children being bullied.
Rise in drug and alcohol related reports
13 February 2017 / News
Over the last 3 years, 25,000 contacts to the NSPCC helpline raised concerns of substance abuse near children.
NSPCC Scotland briefing on cyberbullying
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Our briefing on cyberbullying in March 2014.
BT and Childline
Working together to make sure that young people have a place to turn to, whenever they need it.
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.
Eversheds lawyers raise £5,000 in just 2 weeks with YouTube video
21 January 2015 / News
Charity partners, Eversheds, helped boost our Christmas fundraising with their very own rendition of 'Little Drummer Boy'.
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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.
Mental health problems most common reason to contact ChildLine
16 May 2016 / News
1 in 3 contacts to ChildLine featured a mental health concern last year
‘Creepy clowns’ trend terrifying children in the UK
28 October 2016 / News
Children have been contacting Childline to talk about harassment by ‘creepy clowns’ – an unpleasant phenomenon sweeping the country.
A day in the life of a Childline website supervisor
ChildLine website supervisor Paul shares his day-to-day experience of working with the service.
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.
Philippa Webster, Helen Morton and Mary Collen among those in New Year’s Honours list
30 December 2017 / News
Philippa Webster, Helen Morton, Mary Collen, Philip Gower and Terence Stephenson have been named in the New Year’s Honours list for services to children and young people.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to Welsh Government action plan to further equality for transgender people
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Our submission in response to Welsh Government action plan to further equality for transgender people in September 2015.
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