National Child Exploitation Awareness Day

On March 18, we want the world to unite against child exploitation.

The National Child Exploitation Awareness Day aims to highlight the issues surrounding Child Exploitation (CE); encouraging everyone to think, spot and speak out against abuse and adopt a zero-tolerance to adults developing inappropriate relationships with children or children exploiting and abusing their peers.

NWG are committed to the fight against CE and supporting victims and their families who are subjected to child exploitation. But they cannot succeed without the support of people like you. 

Together, we can work to inform, educate and prevent child abuse through exploitation within the UK.

There are various ways you can show your support

Write and share a pledge

Write a personal pledge on your hands to show support for our Helping Hands campaign. Post your photo on social media with the hashtags #HelpingHands #CEADay24 #CEnomorein24 to help us raise awareness of CSE and wider exploitation.

Display the Think Twice, Think abuse Campaign

…and help to raise awareness of Child Exploitation by displaying our banners and posters – designed to encourage participation in the National CE Awareness Day – together we can raise awareness and deter child exploitation.

Downloading copies of our campaign is simple, we have a variety of media available to help you raise awareness with us, from posters and banners to simply displaying our logo.

We work with those in government and services both locally and nationally.

Help us to ensure a child’s voice is heard.

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Children do disclose but we don’t hear those disclosures and on average, it takes 7 years for young people to disclose sexual abuse.2



Show your support on social media using #HelpingHands and #CEADay24 and #CEnomorein24. If you can, please make a donation in support of our work.

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