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बोलो — बच्चों और युवाओं के लिए संसाधन

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Every day you go to, and talk to, organisations, like your school, sports club, or arts group. Sometimes something might happen at the organisation that makes you feel unhappy or you may feel uncomfortable or unsafe. When this happens you have the right to speak up and tell someone your problem.

Having the right to speak up means you are allowed to and must be listened to.

This may feel scary or hard to do. The poster and leaflet explain how you can tell someone about your problem and what might happen, in three steps.

  1. Find support – ask someone you trust to help you.
  2. Tell your support person about your problem.
  3. Make your complaint – you don’t have to do this by yourself. Your support person can be there to help you.
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The National Principles, Guide for Parents and Carers, Introductory Self-Assessment Tool for Organisations and Speak up and make a complaint leaflet and poster are available in the following languages:

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If you or a child are in immediate danger, call Triple Zero (000).

Information on reporting child safety concerns can be found on our Make a report page.

Get support

The information on this website may bring up strong feelings and questions for many people. There are many services available to assist you. A detailed list of support services is available on our Get support page.