Barnardo's helps over 120,000 of the UK's most vulnerable children and young people.
Capability works with disabled people of all ages and their families and carers throughout Scotland.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is dedicated to enradicating the sexual abuse of children.
One of Scotland's leading childcare charities whose mission is to give every child in Scotland a safe and secure childhood.
Childline is the free helpline for children and young people in the UK.
Information for children and Families about the Children's Hearing System in Scotland. SCRA's vision is that vulnerable children and young people in Scotland are safe, protected and offered positive futures.
Hands on Scotland is an online resource for anybody working with or caring for childen and young people. The website provides practical information and techniques on how to respond helpfully to children and young people's troubling behaviour and offers advice and activities on how to hlep them flourish.
A resource for professionals which aims to help them support young people in their understanding of healthy relationships and consent.
The Scottish Government have developed a new website for professionals, families, and children who are currently "looked after" at home or by the local authority.
Find out more about how to end cruelty to children
Scotland's National Telehealth and Telecare organisation
Parentline is a confidential telephone counselling service aimed at providing professional counselling and support to people who care for children and young people.
Free legal advise for children and young people
Shelter Scotland is full of useful information for those facing homelessness
Stop it Now! believes that it is the responsiblity of all adults to take positive action to prevent the sexual abuse of children. If you are unsure or worried about your own thoughts or behaviour towards children, our experienced advisors are available to discuss your concerns.
Survivor Scotland has launched a new website for survivors of childhood Sexual Abuse
A new website that has been developed to support anyone who has been asked to be a witness in criminal or children's hearing court proceedings.
Thinkuknow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline.
This digital campaign has been developed by Child Protection Committees Scotland in conjunction with Barnardo’s Scotland, NSPPC Scotland and Police Scotland.
As Scotland’s children settle back into the school routine and slowly begin to return to clubs and out-of-school activities, the month-long campaign aims to raise awareness that while lockdown and the pandemic has been hard going for many families and children, it’s been a lot more challenging for some families than others. Families who were struggling to cope before the pandemic may have been pushed to crisis point during lockdown, and even the most settled families will have faced new challenges during this time.
Some children and young people may have experienced trauma for the first time, and some may have experienced neglect and abuse.
This new campaign urges everyone to be alert to signs that all is not well for some children, and to take action if they’re worried that something is wrong.
Built around the message that it’s always better to say something than do nothing, the ad campaign features three digital “adverts” posted across YouTube, Facebook and Instagram, and points to a new campaign webpage on the Child Protection Scotland website.