⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'NSPCC' von Englisch nach Deutsch
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children <NSPCC> [Br.]Kinderschutzverein {m}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In February 2008, Perry took part in an NSPCC campaign encouraging adults to call the NSPCC Child Protection Helpline if they had concerns about a child's welfare.
  • In 2019, Dormer was made the NSPCC ambassador for Childline and began her role by spending the night at the London Childline call centre.
  • The NSPCC called for an independent investigation.
  • "Jenny Again" from "Comments of the Inner Chorus" was used as the soundtrack for the TV ad from the NSPCC to launch the NSPCC Child's Voice Appeal.
  • Charities which Lowe supports include Action On Addiction, the NSPCC and Shelter.
  • On 26 September 2011, Peter joined the NSPCC as Director of Child Protection, Advice and Awareness, on the NSPCC Executive Board.
  • As part of its approach to corporate responsibility, Pickfords announced a fundraising partnership with the NSPCC in 2010.
  • During his time as a magistrate, Henriques criticised the work of the NSPCC on a number occasions.
  • He has also been a long-term supporter of the NSPCC, having joined the NSPCC Fundraising Committee in 2006 and is the current committee chair. In 2016 he became a trustee of the NSPCC.
  • Harris, then host of "Rolf's Cartoon Time", approached the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) and the Tavistock Clinic with his idea about making a film on child sexual abuse.
  • Peel is a member of NSPCC's therapeutic board. Inspired by her children, in 2008 Peel produced a series of toddler-friendly art books published by Templar, including: "Art For Baby", "Color For Baby" and "Faces For Baby".
  • Sociologist Frank Furedi stated that Hewson had been "morally lynched" for expressing her political opinions, and accused the NSPCC of "moral blackmail."
  • As of March 2012, Childline Scotland is run directly by the NSPCC. In 2011 the NSPCC in Scotland began to work with partners to introduce new services for children and families.
  • Both the NSPCC and ISPCC had a role in committing children to industrial schools, though the exact extend is not clear because of lack of records – the society states that some were lost in a fire in their office in 1961 and some may have been lost in the changeover from the NSPCC in 1956.
  • 50 for the NSPCC. Due to sponsorship forms, the NSPCC should be able to claim Gift Aid on every penny, including this and other charities makes a grand total of £5,008.30 raised for charity.
  • In 1936 the NSPCC opened its first branch on Anglesey.
  • Dame Rosamund Mary Holland-Martin, DBE, DL ("née" Hornby; 26 June 1914, London – 18 June 2001) was a British long-term leader and fund-raiser for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).
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