28 February 2023
Childline responds to increased loneliness in young people with launch of 'Day in the Lonely' campaign
Number of children counselled for loneliness remains high following pandemic and amidst cost-of-living crisis.
10 December 2022
Applications open for the NSPCC's Young People’s Board For Change
Young people are being given the chance to work with the NSPCC as applications to join their Young People’s Board For Change are now open.
8 February 2022
Safer Internet Day 2022
This Safer Internet Day, NSPCC Associate Head of Child Safety Online Kate Edwards shares her support and advice.
18 November 2021
How to spot the signs of bullying in young people
What to do if a child or young person is being bullied, and advice from the NSPCC and Childline on how to help.
17 November 2021
Anti-Bullying Week: Tegan's Story
14-year-old Tegan shares her experience with bullying, and how she overcame it with the help of her parents.
22 March 2021
Facebook to introduce new iteration of Instagram for children under 13
Facebook intends to build a child-friendly version of Instagram to be used by children under the age of 13, allowing them to ‘safely use Instagram for the first time’.
1 February 2021
Children's Mental Health Week: Hollie's story
For Children's Mental Health Week, we are sharing the story of a young person whose life was saved by Childline. Trigger warning: this piece references suicide.
9 December 2020 – 11 January 2021
NSPCC to launch young people’s board for change
The NSPCC is looking for 13 to 16-year-olds to join a Young People’s Board for Change. The board is an exciting opportunity to have a say in important work by the UK’s leading child protection charity.
18 November 2020
How the NSPCC tackles bullying
For Anti-bullying week, assistant editor Saskia Calliste interviews Adeniyi Alade, service head for Childline. Adeniyi talks to Voice about bullying trends and shares some advice for victims and parents on how to combat bullying and what to look for.
18 November 2020
The rising issue of cyberbullying
How cyberbullying has become one of the most prolific forms of bullying and who’s being affected.