Talk PANTS: Keeping Children Safe

Talk PANTS helps children understand that their body belongs to them, and they should tell someone they trust if anything makes them feel upset or worried.

The Talk PANTS campaign is part of the work of the NSPCC and across the Highlands and Islands it is being supported by several Third Sector organisations and others, including Orkney Rape and Sexual Assault Service (ORSAS).

Across the Highlands and Islands you will see displays giving information and advice about the PANTS campaign, including at the current exhibition at the Northlight Gallery, Stromness. The Rebel Orkney exhibition is part of St Andrew’s Fair Saturday events and the charity it has chosen to support is again ORSAS. You can pop into the exhibition and pick up leaflets and stickers. There is also a collection tin for ORSAS if you want to contribute to their funds.

Online you can find information here: Talk PANTS.

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  1. From across the pond in Montclair NJ, I’m sending my admiration for this PANTS project. Bravo! Well done! Children need this information at a young age as they are so trusting.
    My Dad, his parents & siblings were born in Paisley & came to the US as a young family.
    Be well my Scottish roots & blessings to all!

  2. It can’t be said enough! Children looking for help are new to this world and it is important for any organisation, even if it is “well known” to present themselves as if they were new over and over again. Well done for being there and showing that you are there!

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