Helpline launches after 12,000 students make sexual abuse allegations to #EveryonesInvited

A helpline and government inquiry have launched after a #MeToo movement in UK schools saw more than 12,000 school pupils make allegations of sexual violence in their place of learning.  Launched following thousands of such submissions...

Helpline launches after 12,000 students make sexual abuse allegations to #EveryonesInvited
Helpline launches after 12,000 students make sexual abuse allegations to #EveryonesInvited

A helpline and government inquiry have launched after a #MeToo movement in UK schools saw more than 12,000 school pupils make allegations of sexual violence in their place of learning. 

Launched following thousands of such submissions to the #EveryonesInvited movement website, the new Report Abuse in Education helpline launched on April 1 and will be run by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC). It will offer support to children and young people making disclosures of abuse — both current and non-recent – in addition to young people and children who want to discuss being involved in or witnessing abuse.  Read more...

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