Links and resources
Who Cares? Trust
The Who Cares? Trust was established as a charity in 1992 to address the needs of the 60,000 young people in public care in the UK. We promote the interests of children and young people in public care and we work with all those interested in their well-being in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
No2abuse recommends The Who cares? Trust
ARCH - Action on Rights for Children
ARCH is an internet-based children’s rights organisation with a particular focus on civil rights. We support equality, choice, respect and privacy for all children and young people.
B Safe 1st Always
It aims to help show how things are NOW for many. Exspose this for change to come. And Promote real true Accountability. And air the silent voice of one of many. To show WE are able to speek out so others can continue to know WE are not alone.
Church Goers Support
For everyone who has been let down by their church - who finds that the pious and proud proclamations of support and help actually come to nothing when tested, and can lead not only to disenchantment and devastating disappointment, but also to threats of legal action by the church when they do not like your protestations - this new site offers help, guidance and examples of church life in the real world
The National Society for Children and Family Contact
Keeping the child in everyone’s life
When a relationship breaks down it isn’t just the partners who suffer. It’s the children who have most to lose; and not just because of the stress of seeing their parents at odds. They also risk losing contact with one of their parents, and with that parent’s family too. Grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins: half their family, half their life, can be devastated by parental acrimony. The NSCFC believes that continuing contact with a child’s extended family is vital for the child’s balanced development, and it works to foster those all-important family contacts. As such we offer free support and advice to all those in need, Helpline at National rate also available.
Liz Davies information Senior Lecturer Met University London
News information from Liz Davies news page
Supportline is a resource for survivorsof abuse. Please donate to this charity so survivorsof abuse can get the support they need
The Bryn Melyn Care
Most of our young people have experienced abuse, trauma or family breakdown. They are struggling to cope with life and presenting behaviours which in turn mean others struggle to cope with them.
Silent Mother - The affects of child abuse
A silent mother speaks up about the abuse of her son and the affects it has on the family
China’s cruel and barbaric fur trade. The most disturbing video ever seen. Watch with caution
This is the most disturbing video of cruelty to animals I have ever watched. This video is very disturbing on China's cruelty and skinning of cats and dogs. This is not for children to view so please monitor your child on the net. Animalsaviors.com
APRIL - Adverse Psychiatric Reactions Information Link
Raise awareness of psychiatric adverse drug reactions. Awareness could prevent unnecessary distress and in some cases, save lives.
Lots of information on those who abuse and tracking. Very good website for those researching child abuse within the catholic church
Family Law Week
An excellent family case law resource
Sharp Report Jersey Abuse
The Sharp report on the abuse in Jersey document available to view on Justice4survivors
Big Pharma Victim blogspot
This blog is about Manie a little boy born with a rare heart defect because of Paxil use during pregnancy.GSK knew that Paxil could cause birth defects, but they said nothing. no2abuse recommends readers view this web blog
Great resource for mental health information and news
Child Abuse Lawyers
Solicitor ACAL registered
Books from Juliana Bond
Pixie tales for children by Juliana Bond
Psychiatric abuse tackles abuse in psychiatry
Bob Fiddaman's blogspot. Bob has challenged Glaxo on various drugs
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