Resources for young campaigners
Children and young people who campaign with Children are Unbeatable! do all kinds of things!
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If you've already signed up as a supporter, here are some things you could use for campaigning with us...
Write to your MP!
This is one of the most important things you can do to help change the law! Find out more here...
Meet the Blobs! They will guide you through our new booklet for young children. It’s full of fun activities and information about children’s right to be safe. Download it here, or contact us for a paper copy.
Our free activity pack for groups contains lots of ideas for activities to help you and your friends learn about legalised violence against children and think about how things could change. It is designed for schools but can be used by other groups of young people too. It's all completely free! Download it here.
And much more...
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"I don't get sad, only when my mum smacks me... and then, I cry." That's what one girl aged 4 said when we asked 45 children aged under 5 what they thought about smacking. We will be using the report to tell adults, including parents and people who work in nurseries, more about what children think. Find out more about what the children said by reading the key messages (1 page) or the whole report (17 pages).
Also, the Children are Unbeatable! website for adults has lots of information about the latest news, people who support us, and how adults can get involved.
If you or someone you know is being hurt and you are worried about it, you should talk to an adult you know and trust, phone Childline on 0800 1111, or look at Childline’s website.
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