Manchester, with Love

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With Manchester very much on my mind, I’ve listed some current articles and features that we hope will be of help, with regards to talking about terrorism with children and teenagers.

Please share if you find this list useful and feel free to add more helpful links and information in the comments:


Talking to children about terrorism




The Mix

I would also recommend The Mix, a UK based charity that provides free, confidential support for young people under 25 via online, social and mobile. 


Manchester examples of the best of humanity


The people of Manchester have responded in the best way possible to the terrorist attack: Together, with love.

Everyone at #Emilymatters stand Shoulder to Shoulder with the original suffragette city, where Emmeline Pankhurst and her daughters founded the WSPU in 1903.

Mary Leigh, a Manchester suffragette and close friend of suffragette Emily Davison, features in To Freedom’s Cause. Great city. Great people.




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Help us do Emily Davison and her sister suffragettes proud by encouraging more women & young people to have their say at the Ballot Box on 8th June.

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Manchester has been simply magnificent in the face of such hatred, responding together, with Love.

Kate Willoughby
Actor, Writer & Creative Director of #Emilymatters



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