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nspcc speach

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Introduction

The NSPCC's mission is to end cruelty to children. FULL STOP. They realise that this is a hugely ambitious goal - one that they cannot achieve alone. But they believed that it was possible if they worked with professionals and the public by raising money and finding ways to help children in danger. They would share the of knowledge and information about child abuse and child protection to the public. The nspcc use lots of hard hitting advertisements which show children in need of help. ...read more.

Middle

end to the abuse * Child abuse can mean a lot of things such as neglect, physical, emotional or sexual abuse - it's not easy to know if you or someone else is. * But the important thing to remember is that no-one has the right to hurt you or make you do any thing that feels wrong. * Emotional abuse is when someone tries to make you feel bad. This can be saying things to scare you, putting you down, embarrassing or humiliating you. ...read more.

Conclusion

Hitting, slapping, punching, pinching, kicking, scolding, burning, pulling out your hair or suffocating you. * Sexual abuse is when you are being touched in a way you don't like, being forced to have sex, forced to look at sexual pictures or videos, have to watch someone do something sexual. * Neglect is when you don't have enough to eat or drink, when you are left alone for a long time with no family or adult with you, forced to sleep somewhere cold and uncomftable, no-one helps you when you are ill or hurt. * Open your eyes * Make it stop?! The nspcc needs your help! ...read more.

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