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Childline launches Right To Be Me campaign

Childline has announced a two year campaign to raise awareness of self-esteem issues among young people. ‘Right To Be Me’ has been launched in partnership with fashion retailer Outfit and will focus on giving children and young people the information and advice they need to help them deal with self-esteem and body confidence issues. Self-esteem… Read More

Police Scotland launches child exploitation awareness campaign

The NSPCC has reported an increase in the calls to its helpline from youngsters contemplating suicide over the past year. It warns those who prey on children and exploit them for sex that we are on to them. The campaign – which will run on social media and digital platforms over the next four weeks –… Read More

See Me Scotland launches online campaign to change mental health stigma

A new online campaign to change the way mental health is talked about has been launched by the charity See Me Scotland. The campaign, ‘my unfiltered life’, encourages people to take a selfie to encourage people to reveal a part of their life they normally keep hidden on social media. See Me is encouraging everyone… Read More

Early Years Scotland signs up to tobacco free Charter

Early Years Scotland, the third sector membership body for early years services in Scotland, has signed up to Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco Free Generation.  The Charter aims to support organisations whose work impacts on children, young people and families, at any level. The Charter is aimed at organisations whose work directly or indirectly impacts… Read More

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