Mar 14 2018

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Help us break the silence

1 in 20 children experience sexual abuse. But many are too scared to speak out. Help us be there when they break their silence.


Every child deserves the best possible chance to rebuild their life after abuse

That’s why we’re here. We’re the leading children’s charity fighting to end child abuse in the UK and Channel Islands. Join us in the fight for every childhood.

Anti-Bullying Week

13 – 17 November 2017. Get useful tips, tools and resources to help you protect children from bullying and cyberbullying.

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Send a Letter from Santa

Make Christmas magical with a Letter from Santa. Create one for the child in your life in just 4 easy steps.

Donate today

Make a donation and help us fight for every childhood.

What you can do

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Christmas Raffle 2017

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Protect children in religious or faith settings

How to approach safeguarding from within the beliefs, teachings and cultural context of faith communities.

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Send special Christmas cards

Send a merry message to your loved ones this festive season with our range of fun and traditional Christmas cards.

Featured news and stories

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Childline counselling for cyberbullying continues to rise

As Anti-Bullying Week 2017 starts, a 12% rise is reported in cyberbullying counselling sessions.

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Over 100,000 children rejected for mental health treatment

Child mental health referral rejections top 100,000

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Government consultation on Working together guidance

Proposed changes to statutory guidance to reflect the legislative changes introduced through the Children and Social Work Act 2017 to safeguard and promote the welfare of children in England.

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15% rise in Childline counselling sessions about suicide

Childline s annual review Not alone Anymore reveals that last year an average of 62 suicide counselling sessions a day were carried out.

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12% rise in Childline counselling sessions about forced marriage

Some families may use the long summer break to arrange forced marriages for their children abroad.

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Girls outnumber boys for body image counselling

Girls are almost eight times more likely than boys to receive help from Childline for worries about their weight, problems with acne and how they look.

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