What does it take to protect child entertainers from abuse? Once again, we see news headlines leaving us with troubling questions about the way that the exploitation of young people has been accepted and overlooked in the film industry. This time, actor Michael Egan is accusing well-known entertainment executives Bryan Singer, Garth Ancier, Gary W. […]
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month in the US and some other parts of the world. We cannot take away the tremendous harm done by abuse in the past. We can and must do our best to protect the kids of today and tomorrow – and to help everyone who has suffered abuse as a child to find healing and hope.
Here are seven ways to take positive action.
Viral video of Mom teaching her daughter to say “NO!” makes us smile: Kidpower skills can help make us even safer
We want the family in the “Mother Teaches Daughter About Stranger Danger video to also learn the Kidpower skills of Stay Together, Move Away, and Check First – and how to teach children about Stranger Safety instead of Stranger Danger.
This day is not about women against men or men against women – but about PEOPLE who are FOR justice for everyone. Today, let’s celebrate the accomplishments of women and the progress we’ve made towards more equal rights as well as the work still to be done. And let’s honor the important ways that both women and men have furthered the empowerment of women and girls in each of our lives.
Useful Personal Safety Tips Handouts for Parents, Educators, Youth Group Leaders, Coaches, Health Care Providers, Law Enforcement Officials, Martial Artists, and Other Caring Adults
These handouts of personal safety tips in our workshops for parents and for teens and adults help everyone to develop a common understanding about being safe with people. Print these safety tips out to put on your refrigerator, post these links on your school or agency website, use in an educational presentation, and send to your online community
We encourage everyone in a leadership position to read and learn from this report and for the NFL to follow through with meaningful consequences for each person who participated in this unethical behavior either directly or by not taking responsibility to make it stop.