NYSCP Child Exploitation Awareness Day 2020 - North Yorkshire

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Child Exploitation Awareness Day 2020

The 18th March 2020 marks National Child Exploitation Awareness Day that aims to highlight the issues surrounding Child Exploitation. The day encourages everyone to think, spot and speak out against abuse and adopt a zero tolerance to adults developing inappropriate relationships with children or children developing inappropriate relationships with other children. This is a National Awareness Raising day which gives Local Authorities, Organisations, Projects, Schools and individuals and opportunity to focus on the issues of child exploitation (including sexual exploitation) and raise awareness of the signs, symptoms and what to do if concerns are raised.

To find out how NYSCP is supporting this day and how you can also support the campaign, click here to access the Child Exploitation Awareness Day 2020 campaign

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