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A series of photos taken by teenagers, Abby Beddows and Rosie Wilkinson, on the night of the Manchester attack, just moments before their night took a turn for the worst. Featured Image: Katie Farnsworth, Manchester Survivor.
Terry O’hara, Manager of a terrorism victim support charity explained a rise in the support given to children after the Manchester Arena attack in May 2017. The Survivors Assistance Network is the national provider for free practical and emotional support for victims of terrorism. Mr O'hara explained: “On the back of Manchester we’ve obviously... Continue Reading →
Here's a user friendly guideline sheet to help remind you of psychologist, Emma Citron's, top tips for when talking to children about terrorism.
In December 2017 a short survey was shared with parents on Mumsnet and Facebook to collect findings on how mums and dads feel about talking to their children about terrorism.
Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Emma Citron believes that memorials can help children to see the positives of a community coming together after an attack. Here in Paris, hundred came to remember the lives lost in the Bataclan attacks on 13/11/15. Many children attended the event with their parents where they were able to join in the... Continue Reading →
'Since 9/11' are a UK-based charity, funded by the Home Office to provide free education about terrorism in schools. In September 2011, the tenth anniversary of 9/11, the charity was set up to help teach secondary school pupils about the events, causes and consequences of what happened in New York. Whilst 9/11 is... Continue Reading →