According to the UNCRC, no children and young people should be discriminated against when children’s rights are realised (Article 2), and children also have the right to special protection and support if they are refugees (Article 22). In reality, migrant children and youth remain at particular risk of rightlessness. Child helplines worldwide are increasingly coming […]
Just one sexual message counts as sexual violence against children and there should never be a second one!
Old legislation across the UK has struggled to keep up with the quick developments in online technology, which has made it difficult to combat online abuse. Through the campaign ‘Flaw in the Law’, NSPCC has successfully advocated for a change in legislation in online grooming. Police in the UK can now arrest a perpetrator after […]