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 Natalie Marrison
  March 30, 2021
More than 9,000 allegations of sexual violence and abuse have been made by school pupils on Everyone’s Invited, a website dedicated to gathering testimonies from survivors as young as nine about their experiences.
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 Natalie Marrison
  March 23, 2021
A recent independent review into historical child sexual abuse has found that there have been significant institutional failings within the Football Association (FA).
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 Natalie Marrison
  March 22, 2021
Natalie Marrison, Partner and Head of the Abuse Department at Ramsdens, has featured in Gym Owner Monthly joining the conversation on improving the way we speak, act and support each other against sexual harassment in fitness.
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 Natalie Marrison
  March 19, 2021
Following on from child exploitation day we are focusing on spreading awareness of the life-long effects of child abuse. Child neglect is one of the most common forms of child mistreatment.
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 Joanne Coen
  March 18, 2021
On 18 March 2021 it is the National Child Exploitation Awareness Day, a day dedicated to helping to raising awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and wider exploitation. We are encouraged to think, spot and speak out against abuse, so would you give child a voice? #StopCSE. #HelpingHands
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 Helen Thewlis
  March 9, 2021
This week we’re supporting ‘UK Says No More week - a national campaign aimed at ending domestic abuse and sexual violence across the UK.
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 Natalie Marrison
  February 19, 2021
​Care Day 21 is taking place on Friday 19th February. First beginning in 2015, the day is the world’s largest celebration of the rights of children and young people with care experience, whether they were cared for by family members with the support of social workers, by foster carers or in children’s homes and residential units.
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 Helen Thewlis
  February 10, 2021
For many victims of domestic abuse, work is a place of respite. However the covid-19 lockdowns have meant victims have had to work from home, or those on furlough have had to stay at home with the abuser.
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