The largest It’s a Penalty Campaign to date is running – targeting four global sporting events – WATCH and SHARE the campaign film below:

Why?

Recent news stories highlight the need to recognise and educate on the link between child sexual exploitation and sport.

It’s a Penalty exists to protect children from abuse, exploitation and trafficking globally, both online and offline. Previous campaigns have helped facilitate the protection of over 16,300 victims and have impacted over 519 million people worldwide – find out more about the difference we are making.

Backed by sporting heroes and Game of Thrones actor Jerome Flynn, our 45-second campaign film highlights the story of Rose, the young girl who was the inspiration behind It’s a Penalty, who we first met in 2012 in the backstreets of Brazil.

This year, we are using a packed international sporting calendar to deliver a four-pronged approach to protect children on a truly global scale.

It’s a Penalty, together with our partners, including A21, Comic Relief, The McCain Institute, Sysdoc, World Vision, the Carlson Rezidor hotel group, ICMEC, sporting governing bodies and law enforcement agencies, are running our preventative campaign around FOUR MAJOR SPORTING EVENTS:

Super Bowl LII (Minneapolis, USA) – 4th February 2018

PyeongChang Winter Olympics & Paralympics (South Korea) – 9th-25th February & 9th-18th March 2018

Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Rugby Sevens6th-8th April 2018

Gold Coast Commonwealth Games (Australia) – 4th-15th April 2018

Please SHARE the It’s a Penalty film and join the fight against child abuse, exploitation and trafficking.

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COMPLETED CAMPAIGNS

2016 RIO OLYMPIC & PARALYMPIC GAMES
2014 FIFA WORLD CUP IN BRAZIL

SUPPORT OUR CAMPAIGN TO PROTECT CHILDREN

With your help we can have a greater global impact and put an end to the abuse, exploitation and trafficking of children, both online and offline.

WITH GRATEFUL THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS

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