NSPCC - FULL STOP campaign: together we will end cruelty to children

The FULL STOP campaign in 1999 for the NSPCC. The aim was to change the attitude of the public towards child cruelty.
Agency: Author: Jane Almey

NSPCC: FULL STOP Campaign: Together We Will End Cruelty to Children


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