Along with our coalition partners, a Day of Action is planned for 4th March, the day of the NSPCC’s national conference.
“Every child has the right to grow up safely”
… say the NSPCC, in advertising their 4th March conference: HowSafe2021
Every child? Including Palestinian children, right? Apparently not.
The NSPCC take money from JCB, knowing that their equipment is sold to be used to illegally demolish Palestinian homes
We invite social workers and all concerned about child protection to join our day of action on 4th March to call on the NSPCC to stop doing this
Please do one or more of the following on 4th March
1. Tweet your call to NSPCC to refuse donations from JCB.
- Ensure EVERY child has the right to grow up safely @NSPCC @JCBmachines #HowSafe2021 #HowSafeArePalestinianChildren
- Calling on the @NSPCC to cut your ties with @JCBmachines – your role is to protect children, not to take money tainted with actions that make them homeless and traumatised #HowSafe2021 #HowSafeArePalestinianChildren
- How can @NSPCC claim to believe in the safety of every child while taking money from @JCBmachines, who profit from the illegal demolition of Palestinian homes and leave thousands of Palestinian children cruelly destitute and harmed #HowSafe2021 #HowSafeArePalestinianChildren
Tweet between 8.30am to 3.30pm and include the conference hashtag
#HowSafe2021 AND our hashtag #HowSafeArePalestinianChildren AND you could also tag @NSPCC
You could also share a photo with a placard, using our hashtag #HowSafeArePalestinianChildren
2. Write to the NSPCC
By email – Key contacts are
Chair of Trustees – email@example.com
Chief Executive – firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Fundraising and Engagement – email@example.com
By post – Addressed to one or more of the above, ℅ NSPCC Head Office, Weston House, 42 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3NH
There are sample letters here.
3. Find out more
Clearly, not every child is worth fighting for: racism, conscience and the NSPCC is an excellent article that draws parallels with Black Lives Matter and contains links with detailed information on the issue.
4. Inform your friends and colleagues
Share on your other social media platforms – ask your union or professional association to take action.