NSPCC teams up with a Worksop housing project for It’s Not OK campaign

The NSPCC has teamed up with New Roots Housing Project in Worksop to provide information and support to more than 1,500 young people on how to spot the signs of grooming and sexual exploitation.
The year-long It’s Not OK campaign focuses specifically on older teenagers, as this age group may not report abuse for fear of not being believed, or because they do not recognise when a relationship is exploitative.
It’s Not OK ran in partnership with New Roots, a housing project in Worksop which provides supported accommodation to homeless or vulnerable young people, and a number of other groups... read more

 
19 July 2018 in Regional East, Views: 71
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