CategoryCampaigns for change

Change and awareness is long overdue, please do sign, share and support these campaigns as and where you are able to…

Voicing CSA


Voicing CSA supports the IICSA (Independent Inquiry Into Child Sexual Abuse) and VSCP and works to help adult survivors of child sexual abuse find their voice.

They are currently working their way around the country, going to towns, villages, prisons, speaking to the homeless and hoping to engage with anyone who may be isolated and unaware of the current inquiry headed by Justice Goddard.

I recently attended their meeting in Leicester and have to thank them for the very warm welcome and the informative guest speakers, where the topic was ‘Educating the Educators’, a cause close to my heart. Victims and survivors are also encouraged to have their say (if they want to) and make a speech, however long or short, prepared or otherwise, in a safe and supportive environment.

Brilliant day spent in fabulous company.

Please do see if they have a meeting coming up near you and get involved.

Voicing CSA



Stinson Hunter


Stinson Hunter has definitely achieved what he set out to do and that was raise awareness of online grooming and the vast scale of predators that have daily, often unlimited access to our children.

Whether people agree with his methods or not, is by the by, he gets people talking, and although it wasn’t his original intentions when catching these people, he has also contributed to a number of these men gaining criminal convictions.

With accolades such as:-

Winner of The Royal Television Programme Awards 2013 – 2014 – Single Documentary ‘The Paedophile Hunter’
BAFTA Television Award: Best Single Documentary – Directed by Dan Reed.
BAFTA Craft Award Best Single Documentary.

He and his team have done much to bring these issues to the public’s attention.


UK & Eire Database


The UK & Eire database for all crimes against children, is the first of its kind, profiling child abusers and paedophiles that are often not reported in local or national media.

They have a free to use website where you can find out if you have any convicted offenders in your local area.

They state…

‘Aims of this website

The contents of this website highlight the vast problem of abusers re offending time after time. Sentences are patchy, sparse and far too lenient, not to mention an absolute insult to the victims and their families. The laws need to change, sentencing needs to change, monitoring needs to change, and the rights and welfare of child abusers over children, also needs to change.

We hope to spread awareness of child abuse in todays society and hope more survivors can find the courage to come forward and expose their abusers.
If you know of an offender who is not on this database, please get in touch’.

The tireless work they do is amazing, and absolutely necessary, please do show them your support!

Teach & Tell


Teach & Tell Children about Body Safety are proposing that all children should be taught about body safety by the age of 5 and that safeguarding children is everyone’s responsibility.

Please join their cause on FB and show your support!


Tag & Track


Tag & Track are running a campaign to impose a mandatory GPS tag and tracking system for all predatory child and repeat sex offenders.

They state ‘

At this time we rely on sex offenders themselves to keep the police and probation services informed as to their whereabouts, there are currently 396 missing offenders across England and Wales, with estimates currently standing at a staggering 11 million victims of childhood sexual abuse in the UK, these are truly terrifying figures and are also a conservative estimate at best, we need a more robust tracking system, GPS tracking gives us this desperately needed solution, we cannot rely upon the worst in society to police themselves, this system has failed time and time again, we must protect and place the rights of innocent often the most vulnerable members of society above those of persistent predatory Paedophiles and repeat Sex Offenders‘.
Please join them on their FB page and show your support!

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