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NSPCC

  1. 1. NSPCC YOU MUST STOP CHILD ABUSE By Michelle Mccafferty
  2. 2. <ul><li>The NSPCC today welcomes the change in law that will remove the time limit on victims of child sex abuse claiming compensation from their abuser as adults. This is a significant development that sends out a message that sexual abuse will not be tolerated. </li></ul>What has the nspcc changed in the law NSPCC head of policy and public affairs Diana Sutton said: &quot;The law must protect children from abuse. We know that three-quarters (72%) of sexually abused children (1) do not tell anyone about the abuse at the time. The shock and shame of the abuse means that many suffer in silence keeping their secret buried for years.
  3. 3. CHILD LINE ! ! ! ! What do children call about Children call Child Line about a wide range of problems, but the most common problems are abuse (both sexual and physical), bullying, serious family tensions, worries about friends' welfare and teenage pregnancy How does Child Line help? Since it was launched in 1986, Child Line has saved children's lives, found refuges for children in danger on the streets, and given hope to thousands of children who believed no one else cared for them. Child line has now counselled well over one million children and young people.
  4. 4. <ul><li>1% of children aged under 16 experienced sexual abuse by a parent or carer, and a further 3% by another relative during childhood. </li></ul>SEXUAL ABUSE <ul><ul><li>5% of children aged under 16 experienced sexual abuse  during childhood by an adult stranger or someone they had just met </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li> </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The campaign are doing everything they can do they have numbers for child lines they have websites if it wasn’t for that a lot of people would still be getting abused </li></ul></ul>
  5. 5. <ul><li>Method 1.campaign </li></ul>How the nspcc puts pressure on The FULL STOP Appeal was launched alongside the Campaign in 1999. It set out to raise £250 million over and above normal fundraising, to support the extraordinary amount of work that the NSPCC would need to do Method 2 the Appeal The Appeal closed in March 2007, having met and exceeded its target amount. Supported by millions of people, it has enabled the FULL STOP Campaign to make incredible progress. The NSPCC is now able to support thousands more children and young people who have suffered abuse and neglect, and prevent problems arising for many others. Our public education campaigns, lobbying and partnerships have all helped to change the way society thinks and behaves towards children
  6. 6. <ul><li>On March 1999, we launched a charity campaign of unprecedented ambition. The FULL STOP Campaign had, and still has, a single mission - to end cruelty to children . </li></ul><ul><li>The Campaign has evolved since 1999, but our long-term strategy set out four objectives to make all this possible: </li></ul><ul><li>To raise awareness of cruelty to children, and change attitudes and behaviours. </li></ul><ul><li>To safeguard children and develop professional practice. </li></ul><ul><li>To develop services for children and their families. </li></ul><ul><li>To change law and social policy </li></ul>Full stop campaign

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