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Here are the resources we found for orange wolverhampton for parents and families:

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Consent for Kids

(Featured resource)Some things kids can’t consent to; they can’t enter into legal contracts, they can’t vote, and they can’t consent to sexual stuff because they’re kids. So if an adult does something that kids can’t consent to that’s not okay. This video aims to teach young people that their body is theirs alone and other people can not make decisions on what they can do with it.

Consent: It’s as Simple as Tea

(Featured resource)This is a lighthearted video about consent and sexual relationships. It compares the concept of consent to tea. If you can understand how completely ludicrous it is to force people to drink tea when they don’t want tea, and you are able to understand when people don’t want tea, then how hard is it to understand when it comes to sex? Whether it’s tea or sex, consent is everything.

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Stop CSE – The NWG Network

(Featured resource)‘Every day children are subjected to sexual exploitation. The effects this can have on their lives and their family’s lives are devastating and irreparable. NWG are a network dedicated to helping combat child sexual exploitation (CSE), to raise awareness and to provide information and support to voluntary and statutory services who fight alongside us’

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Stop CSE – The NWG Network

(Featured resource)‘Every day children are subjected to sexual exploitation. The effects this can have on their lives and their family’s lives are devastating and irreparable. NWG are a network dedicated to helping combat child sexual exploitation (CSE), to raise awareness and to provide information and support to voluntary and statutory services who fight alongside us’

The Haven

(Featured resource)The Haven Wolverhampton supports women and their dependent children who are vulnerable to domestic violence, homelessness and abuse. They offer refuge accommodation, financial support, visual evidence for victims and training for professionals. It gives an opportunity for women to cry and express themselves without prejudice.

Wolverhampton Safeguarding Board

Wolverhampton Safeguarding Board is the partnership that is responsible for Adults’ and Children’s safeguarding in our city.

Safeguarding is all about promoting the well-being of vulnerable people and keeping them safe from abuse and neglect.

Victim Support

Victim Support is an independent charity who work with people who are affected by a crime or traumatic event. They aims to provide people with the support they need in order to feel safer and find the strength they need to move beyond a crime.

Research/report

Girls Making History – Domestic Violence and Abuse in Teenage Relationships

Girls Making History is an ongoing Bristol-based project designed and led, in a co-productive partnership, by Knowle West Media Centre and a group of local young women aged 13-24 . The project aims to ask how, by harnessing the expertise of young women’s direct experience of violence and coercive control in their relationships, digital tools might raise awareness of the cultural normalisation of partner violence in teenage relationships and social networks.

Video

Consent for Kids

(Featured resource)Some things kids can’t consent to; they can’t enter into legal contracts, they can’t vote, and they can’t consent to sexual stuff because they’re kids. So if an adult does something that kids can’t consent to that’s not okay. This video aims to teach young people that their body is theirs alone and other people can not make decisions on what they can do with it.

Consent: It’s as Simple as Tea

(Featured resource)This is a lighthearted video about consent and sexual relationships. It compares the concept of consent to tea. If you can understand how completely ludicrous it is to force people to drink tea when they don’t want tea, and you are able to understand when people don’t want tea, then how hard is it to understand when it comes to sex? Whether it’s tea or sex, consent is everything.

Organisation View all organisations

Stop CSE – The NWG Network

(Featured resource)‘Every day children are subjected to sexual exploitation. The effects this can have on their lives and their family’s lives are devastating and irreparable. NWG are a network dedicated to helping combat child sexual exploitation (CSE), to raise awareness and to provide information and support to voluntary and statutory services who fight alongside us’

The Haven

(Featured resource)The Haven Wolverhampton supports women and their dependent children who are vulnerable to domestic violence, homelessness and abuse. They offer refuge accommodation, financial support, visual evidence for victims and training for professionals. It gives an opportunity for women to cry and express themselves without prejudice.

Wolverhampton Safeguarding Board

Wolverhampton Safeguarding Board is the partnership that is responsible for Adults’ and Children’s safeguarding in our city.

Safeguarding is all about promoting the well-being of vulnerable people and keeping them safe from abuse and neglect.

Research/report

Girls Making History – Domestic Violence and Abuse in Teenage Relationships

Girls Making History is an ongoing Bristol-based project designed and led, in a co-productive partnership, by Knowle West Media Centre and a group of local young women aged 13-24 . The project aims to ask how, by harnessing the expertise of young women’s direct experience of violence and coercive control in their relationships, digital tools might raise awareness of the cultural normalisation of partner violence in teenage relationships and social networks.

Video

Consent for Kids

(Featured resource)Some things kids can’t consent to; they can’t enter into legal contracts, they can’t vote, and they can’t consent to sexual stuff because they’re kids. So if an adult does something that kids can’t consent to that’s not okay. This video aims to teach young people that their body is theirs alone and other people can not make decisions on what they can do with it.

Consent: It’s as Simple as Tea

(Featured resource)This is a lighthearted video about consent and sexual relationships. It compares the concept of consent to tea. If you can understand how completely ludicrous it is to force people to drink tea when they don’t want tea, and you are able to understand when people don’t want tea, then how hard is it to understand when it comes to sex? Whether it’s tea or sex, consent is everything.

Organisation View all organisations

Stop CSE – The NWG Network

(Featured resource)‘Every day children are subjected to sexual exploitation. The effects this can have on their lives and their family’s lives are devastating and irreparable. NWG are a network dedicated to helping combat child sexual exploitation (CSE), to raise awareness and to provide information and support to voluntary and statutory services who fight alongside us’

The Haven

(Featured resource)The Haven Wolverhampton supports women and their dependent children who are vulnerable to domestic violence, homelessness and abuse. They offer refuge accommodation, financial support, visual evidence for victims and training for professionals. It gives an opportunity for women to cry and express themselves without prejudice.

Wolverhampton Safeguarding Board

Wolverhampton Safeguarding Board is the partnership that is responsible for Adults’ and Children’s safeguarding in our city.

Safeguarding is all about promoting the well-being of vulnerable people and keeping them safe from abuse and neglect.

Webpage

Stop CSE – The NWG Network

(Featured resource)‘Every day children are subjected to sexual exploitation. The effects this can have on their lives and their family’s lives are devastating and irreparable. NWG are a network dedicated to helping combat child sexual exploitation (CSE), to raise awareness and to provide information and support to voluntary and statutory services who fight alongside us’

Research/report

Girls Making History – Domestic Violence and Abuse in Teenage Relationships

Girls Making History is an ongoing Bristol-based project designed and led, in a co-productive partnership, by Knowle West Media Centre and a group of local young women aged 13-24 . The project aims to ask how, by harnessing the expertise of young women’s direct experience of violence and coercive control in their relationships, digital tools might raise awareness of the cultural normalisation of partner violence in teenage relationships and social networks.