With the help of Fixers, my team and I have completed our poster campaign. By urging people to report child abuse if they see or know it’s happening, we hope our project will raise awareness of this issue and help to keep young people safe. Click the image below to see a larger version of the poster.
On 25th November, we launched our Fixers project at Nacro Hartlepool and presented our poster to a group of students taking childcare related courses, leading a discussion on our campaign to encourage more people to report child abuse.
Approximately 30 people attended and the feedback we received was very positive.
Gemma: ‘The poster stands out, is very creative and gets the message across.’
Brittany: ‘Very helpful and very descriptive.’
Mollie: ‘A really good poster to help raise awareness.’
A lady, who promotes C.H.A.T Confidential Help & Advice for Teens at Meole Brace School Science College for pupils aged 11 – 16, also got in touch requesting to use our poster campaign as a part of a workshop she does with the children on a weekly basis. There are 1,200 pupils at the school.
She says: ‘To all you wonderful Fixers. It is with your help, as young people speaking out, that we can encourage others to approach us for help, in any aspect of their life that they are unhappy or worried about. Be proud of yourselves for speaking out, for helping others and highlighting the dangers in our society.’