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Violence against women - 16 days of action
LATEST NEWS | POSTED 09 November
The 16 days of activism against gender-based violence is an annual International campaign that commences on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and runs until 10 December, Human Rights Day. These dates were chosen to emphasise that violence against women is a violation of human rights.
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Don't Be That Guy
LATEST NEWS | POSTED 27 October
Police Scotland has launched a video for the campaign Don't Be That Guy to addresses misogyny and sexism as a gateway to sexual violence.
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The Scottish Government has launched a campaign to raise awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation
LATEST NEWS | POSTED 10 March
The campaign website csethesigns.scot offers information and advice for both parents and young people on the themes of:
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Keeping West Lothian kids safe at Christmas
LATEST NEWS | POSTED 22 December
As the festive season approaches, West Lothian Child Protection Committee encourages everyone to keep eyes and ears open for children who may be experiencing harm over the holidays. We've all got a part to play to protect children and young people, even at Christmas.
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16 Days of Activism Events
LATEST NEWS | POSTED 03 December
The annual 16 days of activism against gender based violence has started. It is an important international campaign to challenge violence against women and girls. The campaign runs every year from 25 November, the international day for the elimination of violence against women, until 10 December, Human Rights day. The theme for this year's campaign is: You Are Not Alone.
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Police Scotland launch 'Information for Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse' Animation Film
LATEST NEWS | POSTED 29 October
Police Scotland has officially launched its new 'Information for Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse' Animation Film, which has been produced following extensive consultation with survivors/survivor support services and with funding from Scottish Government.
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