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Sexual Abusers are no laughing matter

Press release

Home and Family Counselling

Dated Sept 6 , 2011

Sexual Abusers are no laughing matter. Turn your anger into positive action.

When sexual abusers walk away with name suppression because “they make people laugh”, it’s no laughing matter

Many of us are seething with anger about the recent name suppression of a child abuser. But that does not help New Zealand children.

Here’s something positive you can do now in Child Protection Week ( Sept 4 – 11)

Join Home and Family Counselling’s campaign to achieve 10,000 signups by Christmas for a free E Book Say ‘No’ to Bottom Games, (a guide for parents, educators and caregivers about how to talk about and protect children from sexual abuse).

1000 people have already signed up!

The book has had great reviews and provides simple ways to talk to children about keeping safe from sexual abuse and a collection of age –appropriate children’s stories that reinforce the learning.

This FREE ebook can be downloaded at http://www.homeandfamily.org.nz/Say_No_to_bottom_games.html

Here’s what you can do to help us get our 10,000 sign-ups.

1) Forward this email to all your networks.

2) Provide the link to our signup page at your website. Copy and paste http://www.homeandfamily.org.nz/Say_No_to_bottom_games.html

3) Update your Facebook status with the following post – Just copy and paste

‘Turn your outrage at name suppression for sexual abusers into positive action.

Home and Family Counselling has launched a campaign to keep 10,000 more New Zealand children safe from sexual abuse before the end of this year.

Their FREE e-book ‘ Say “NO” to Bottom games, a practical guide on how to protect children from sexual abuse can be downloaded by signing up at http://www.homeandfamily.org.nz/Say_No_to_bottom_games.html

Repost this as your status and share with all your friends.’

4) Tweet this on your TwitterSign up: Free e-book on keeping children safe from sexual abuse at http://www.homeandfamily.org.nz/Say_No_to_bottom_games.html Retweet


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