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Project confronts online sexual harassment

By Joanne Horne |

26 February 2019

Project tackles barriers to reporting by using educational resources created by young people.

NSPCC e-safety guides for parents and professionals

By Derren Hayes |

26 February 2019

Online guides help parents understand how young people use the online world.

Mini police get to grips with cybercrime

By Nina Jacobs |

26 February 2019

Police-led scheme raises awareness of cybercrime.

Free internet safety resource for pupils in Key Stage 2.

Local Spotlight: Leeds City Council

By Derren Hayes |

26 February 2019

Outstanding-rated children's services has succeeded despite a rise in the child population and levels of poverty.

Folk High Schools, Sweden

By Derren Hayes |

26 February 2019

In 2015, Sweden received 35,369 unaccompanied minors seeking asylum. This was two-and-a-half times the number received in Germany that year and five times the number in 2014.

Children and young people learn how to become more resilient with programme that eases the transition from primary to secondary school.

App reduces young people's urge to self-harm

By Charlotte Goddard |

26 February 2019

Calm Harm app helps children and young people manage the urge to self-harm.

The cancer charity's young people's reference group exists to help inform, shape and improve its UK-wide support services.

Scheme emphasises early planning for leaving care

By Nina Jacobs |

29 January 2019

Long-term care planning starts before young people turn 16.