Childline – The Full Story Campaign
Last year, Childline launched a child sexual exploitation campaign, The Full Story, you can see the 5 short stories that was made as part of the online content here. The aim is to increase awareness of sexual exploitation for young people and connect more young people at risk of or experiencing exploitation with support. You can access the posters to use in your services and also find out more on the Childline campaign landing page.
Did you know Childline’s confidentiality works differently to other organisations?
It means young people have a safe space to talk about things they may not have shared with anyone else. We are here to build trust and empower young people by listening to them, and depending on their individual needs, we can help them access the right support agencies. Check out our confidentiality policy here.
Assets to support professionals/adults with signposting to Childline
- What Happens When You Contact Childline? | Childline - YouTube – Child facing video that explains what happens when you contact Childline.
- We All Feel It | Childline - YouTube - Video that focusses on encouraging boys to talk.
- Report Remove | Remove a Nude Image Shared Online | Childline - YouTube – Video which explains report and remove.
- Toolbox | Childline – Is a space dedicated to giving young people tools to find ways to cope, get creative and express feelings. Calm zone | Childline is also part of this which offers a range of practical activities and tools for young people including, breathing exercises, coping techniques and ways to express their feelings.
Report Remove - Report Remove | NSPCC Information for adults - For a child or young person, having a sexual image or video of themselves shared online can be a distressing situation. This can be difficult for parents and carers too, but there are ways you can support your child. If they’re under 18, they can use Report Remove.
Report Remove is a tool that allows young people to report an image or video shared online, to see if it’s possible to get it taken down. Provided by Childline and IWF, it keeps the young person informed at each stage of their report, and provides further support where necessary.
Volunteering – Childline is a volunteer lead service and we are always looking to recruit new volunteers. You can find information about volunteering for Childline on our NSPCC website.