Following the announcement of the NSPCC’s helpline service for calls about radicalisation and terrorism on 27th July, the NSPCC will begin a targeted communications campaign today (30th August) to promote these services further.
The campaign will also promote its separate ChildLine service which is now better equipped and resourced to field calls from children concerned about radicalisation and terrorism.
The communications campaign follows financial support and expert training provided to the NSPCC by the Home Office. Both the NSPCC Helpline and ChildLine services went live on 25th July leading to positive press coverage in the media that featured Prevent.
The poster campaign will run across London and in 13 other areas across the UK and the campaign’s video can also be watched here.