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Useful Links

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Safeguarding and protecting people for charities and trustees - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) 

Advice for English and Welsh Trustees says: Any harm that results from the charity’s work(to people, property or the environment) must not outweigh the benefit. You must also base this on evidence and not your personal views. National Council for Voluntary Organisations.

Responsibilities of a lead trustee for safeguarding | NCVO

Book coverFind my Safeguarding training tool: Thirtyone:eight

Escaping the Maze of Spiritual Abuse book: Creating Healthy Christian Culture – Thirtyone:eight

Getting it right for every child: evaluating wellbeing guide - GIRFEC guide for third sector: Scottish Government

Information of Physical Discipline: Legal advice and information on child, family and education law for parents, carers and young people in England from Coram Children’s Legal Centre

Everyone’s Invited (website sharing stories of sexual assault in schools – content warning): A place for survivors to share their stories.

National Online Safety website and app: (National Online Safety has now become #WakeUpWednesday, part of The National College) - Training and resources for the whole school community in online safety, mental health & wellbeing, and climate education 

Information about Online Safety Act 2023: UK children and adults to be safer online as world-leading bill becomes law

Scottish Government Initiative ‘Parent Club’: Online Behaviour & Safety

The Promise for Scotland Churches: Scotland's promise to care experienced children and young people is that they will grow up loved, safe, and respected.

Innovate Project: Extra Familial Risks and Harms

CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection): Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online? Make a report to one of CEOP's Child Protection Advisors.

Mind the Gap: Visuals on injuries and illnesses on black and brown skin (medical resources)

Lucy Faithfull Foundation (Scotland): Preventing sibling sexual abuse: what does research tell us?

IICSA report: The Report of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse

NSPCC CASPAR: Subscribe to our safeguarding child protection email newsletter

Child Protection Scotland: Every child in Scotland has the right to be kept safe from abuse, neglect, exploitation and any other kind of harm that puts them at risk.