We have developed a database of more than 200 interventions to help prevent child sexual abuse from across the globe. These are based on published research or documentation from the relevant organisation, with evaluative data included where available.
You can search and filter these below to find interventions most appropriate to your target audience.
Of course, each approach will be suited to its own geographical, cultural, legal and socioeconomic context; and inclusion of an intervention or resource within this database does not necessarily indicate effectiveness. You will need to adapt these interventions to your own context.
An Exceptional Children's Guide to TouchA book which aims to keep children safe by focussing on issues of physical touch; what is acceptable and what is problematic.
An Exceptional Children's Guide to Touch
The NSPCC Underpants Rule CampaignA campaign supported by guidance documents which gives parents and carers a simple way of talking with their child about staying safe, without using scary words.
The NSPCC Underpants Rule Campaign
Net AwareA website providing information to children and their parents about social networking sites, games and apps used by children.
Hope for Children and Families: Working with Sexual Abuse Child and Family TrainingTraining aimed at parents of children who have been sexually abused and at young people who have engaged in harmful sexual behaviours.
Hope for Children and Families: Working with Sexual Abuse Child and Family Training