When did the nspcc start?
The NSPCC was founded In 1884 by Reverend Benjamin Waugh. It was his vision to end the cruelty to children.
NSPCC is a national charity based organization, or Voluntary Organisation. The NSPCC is the UK's leading charity, specialising in child protection and the prevention of cruelty to children. The NSPCC aims to prevent children suffering significant harm as a result of cruelty, protect children who are at risk of such harm, help children who have suffered cruelty to overcome its effects and work to protect children from further harm. Hope this answers the question =D
Why do people hurt children a lot and the cildren get badly hurt and need hospital care what might happen to the children then please tell me the right answer?
people hit their children because have stress and if their children stress them out the parents lash out but the nspcc is now tracking down the people who abandon their children or physically hit their child. people hit their children because have stress and if their children stress them out the parents lash out but the nspcc is now tracking down the people who abandon their children or physically hit their child.
In the UK you can ring the NSPCC, child line number is 0800 1111, helpline number is 0808 800 5000. More details about the NSPCC are on the related link below. In the United States you should contact your state's Division of Children, Youth and Family or the equivalent (some states have different names for this - such as Division of Family Services, Division of Children Services, and so on, but the name usually relates…
You're 19 and you want to let someone know that your parents are abusive alcoholics and really good liars who can you tell they are abusing your siblings?
Report your suspicion of child abuse to the NSPCC (National Society for Prevention to Cruelty to Children). They can be found online and in the telephone book. Other countries, than the UK, should have similar societies they can contact locally. Nearest police station first after that the authority of your country.
Talk to someone you know and can 100% trust and get all the stress out of the way. Then talk to an adualt, and call the NSPCC, you can find their number on the internet, I know your scared, though you have to. Good luck! And if you want to talk to me about it, send a message to Life_is_cool on wikki answers, or email me at email@example.com
Verbally abusing a child is considered 'emotional abuse' and can lead to criminal charges of child abuse towards the perpetrator. If you are concerned that a child is being abused, you can contact your local child safeguarding board, the NSPCC or the police. If you believe a child is in immediate danger, dial 999 without delay.