Support the Campaign
Tackling child sexual exploitation is everyone’s responsibility. We need young people, parents and professionals across Greater Manchester to read and share the information on this website.
Please help us:
- raise awareness of this complex crime
- help young people recognise when it is happening to them and get help
- support parents and provide information
- empower professionals to spot the signs and report it
What you can do
- Follow us on social media and SHARE, SHARE, SHARE!
- Download and display our campaign materials.
- Share content and link to this website.
Child sexual abuse and exploitation affects every area of the country in many forms. Since the events in Rochdale in 2012, Greater Manchester has worked hard to raise awareness of CSE across organisations to train practitioners, put the right systems and support in place to ensure that more17 May 2017
'Missing' - Week of Action We held a week of action 14-20 March 2016 to raise awareness around the issues and risks faced by children and young people who go missing from home.17 May 2017
Know who your friends are - a week of action A week of action ran 21-27 September 2015 to mark a year since the launch of the ‘It’s not okay’ child sexual exploitation campaign in Greater Manchester. The theme for the week of action was ‘know who your friends are’ and we promoted online safety and17 May 2017
Posters and Campaign Materials Help us tackle child sexual exploitation in Greater Manchester. Please download and print the items on this page for display and distribution within your organisation. Please also promote the campaign on social media . If you require higher quality files for17 May 2017
Social Media We all have a part to play in tackling child sexual exploitation. Please follow us and share our content to help spread awareness of child sexual exploitation and the #itsnotokay campaign. Facebook – facebook.com/notokayGM Twitter – @notokayGM Please Tweet using the #itsnotokay17 May 2017
The NGY show on Unity Radio The Unity Radio CSE Project The Unity Radio project aims to help tackle child sexual exploitation through the creation of a multi-media digital network created by young people. It includes a weekly radio show (the NGY show) that talks about healthy relationships.17 May 2017