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2016-10-10 14494789 10155566271139852 5408628417644461150 n 31,000 of you demanded better support for children who experience abuse.... 942 17 430
2016-10-03 14520341 10155551424189852 4251435238233427499 n Children who've suffered abuse shouldn’t have to be at crisis point... 527 22 484
2016-10-11 14695375 10155581722514852 3722972885852129935 n Every child should be free to dream. On #InternationalDayoftheGirl, what... 725 25 393
2016-10-01 14467420 10155539742689852 1471787976970207232 n A child that is free from abuse, is free to dream. Alfie dreamt of... 518 19 241
2016-10-23 Safe image.php?d=aqbpo wm7pwacuja&w=130&h=130& public%2fthumbnails%2fimage%2f2016%2f10%2f22%2f18%2fonline goomimg "Now it is high time that they stopped dragging their feet and brou... 411 30 223