Useful Links for Young People

Got stuff on your mind? Been in some tricky situations recently? Thinking of running away? If you can’t talk to someone, or feel that they won’t listen, then why not contact one of the confidential helplines in this leaflet...

NSPCC Helplines - if you have a query or need some help visit the NSPCC

Are you ok? - offer information and support for young people who've been a victim or witness of crime.

ChildLine - provides help to whatever your worry.

Digizen.org - the Digizen website provides information for educators, parents, carers, and young people

Switched on Kids - electricity and how to use it safely, a website for children and young people

Child Safety Week 2016

London Culture and Faith Practice Guidance

Violating Children's Rights - Harmful Practices

National Action Plan to tackle Child Abuse linked to Faith or Belief

Bullying

The Anti Bullying Network

Kidscape -provides helpful advice and information to prevent and tackle bullying

Bully Free Zone - Is one of the leading peer support projects in Britain. The project aims to raise awareness of ways of resolving conflicts and reducing bullying

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre -Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre delivers a multi-agency service dedicated to tackling the exploitation of children

Chatdanger - a site all about the potential dangers on interactive services online like chat, IM, online games, email and on mobiles.

Kidsmart - A great resource provides information on a variety of online resources to help keep you safe

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