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Social Media Post
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Share that you’re getting your #SparkleOn on your Facebook or Instagram!
Helping to spread the word
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Social media guidelines for NSPCC volunteers and supporters: helpful tips to keep children safe and share online.
Whistleblowing Advice Line
Free advice and support for professionals concerned about how child protection issues are being handled in their organisation.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to regulations and code of practice in relation to Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act - Part 2 of the Act, on General Functions, including Well-being, Population Assessment, Prevention, Promotion of Social Enterprises and Provision of Information, Advice and Assistance
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Our submission in response to regulations and code of practice in relation to Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act - Part 2 of the Act, on General Functions, including Well-being, Population Assessment, Prevention, Promotion of Social Enterprises and Provision of Information, Advice and Assistance in February 2015.
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.
A Memorandum of Understanding between the NSPCC's CTAC and the HSB and the PSNI
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An MOU between our Child Trafficking Advice Centre and the Health and Social Care Board and the Police Service of Northern Ireland.
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A report on public spending on children’s social care and the extent and nature of the spending reductions undertaken.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice and support for parents and carers
Whether you're working from home with your kids for the first time or supporting children with anxiety due to coronavirus, we've got tips and advice for you.
Lonely children are twice as likely to be groomed online
23 April 2020 / News
We are urging tech giants to take urgent steps to protect children from offenders during the COVID-19 lock down.
We’ve got advice and support for you and your child to help keep children safe online.
Talking to your child about online safety
Sometimes you might be worried about what your child's doing online or who they're speaking to, but not know how to talk to them about it. We've got advice to help.
Inappropriate or explicit content
As children start to explore the internet, they may come across content that is not suitable for their age, or may upset them or worry them. We've got advice to help.
200,000 young people may have been groomed on social networks
30 July 2019 / News
Our Wild West Web campaign has been calling for a regulator to force social platforms to identify and prevent grooming on their platforms.
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.
Advice for parents and carers on how to talk to their children about relationships, sex and consent.
If you’re worried about what your child’s searching for or seeing online, we can help you to set up parental controls and keep them safe.
Social and special charity events
Gala dinners, wine challenges or exclusive movie clubs – our Special Events team hosts a calendar of incredible social and special events, all in support of the NSPCC.
Livestreaming and online video apps
Learn what livestreaming and online video apps are and why young people use them. We’ve got advice to help you understand the challenges and keep your child safe.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to National Assembly for Wales’ Health and Social Care Committee’s consultation on the Regulation and Inspection of Social Care (Wales) Bill 2015
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Our submission in response to National Assembly for Wales’ Health and Social Care Committee’s consultation on the Regulation and Inspection of Social Care (Wales) Bill 2015 in April 2015.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) and parents working from home with children
Tips and advice for parents and carers who are new to working from home with kids due to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Play your part for children
With schools closed and when home isn't a safe place for every child, many children have nowhere to turn for help. We’re still here for children. Will you be there too?
Volunteer with us
Give a few hours of your time to help make a massive difference. Join the fight for every childhood
Volunteer with us