Get on down to the ‘This is Abuse Infobus Room’ because the 2nd poll is now available for all and accompanying it, is a new quest!
The ‘This Is Abuse’ campaign has been running for a few weeks now, with the aim of educating teens about abuse in many situations. For example, relationship abuse or abuse from family members/relatives. So far over 3,700 Habbos have completed the first quest and poll – and all of them received a sleek and shiny badge!
So, if you’re eager to start that quest, here’s what you need to do;
1. Enter the ‘This is Abuse Infobus Room’ and enter the phonebox teleporter in order to get to the quest room.
2. Navigate your way through the series of rooms which are related to every day life.
3. In each room there will be questions which relate to a series of videos on the ‘This Is Abuse’ group page – so keep an eye out for clues!
4. When you reach the final room, there will be a poll you have to fill in. If you fill it in correctly you will receive the ‘Speak Out’ badge.
If the quest doesn’t interest you maybe you’d prefer to take on the poll. All you have to do is enter the ‘This is Abuse Infobus Room’ and fill out the poll that pops up when you enter the room – however, to win the ‘This is Abuse hand badge’ you will have to complete both polls (the one in the quest as well). So you can’t win a badge without doing the quest.
Maybe, you’re just not interested in these badges and would rather have a chat with some VIP’s. Well, Habbo have sorted that for you! If you pop on down to the Infobus at 4.30pm (UK Time) on Wednesday 12th October, you can chat to the experts ‘VIP-Mark’ and ‘VIP-Julie’ about abuse issues. Due to the topic this week being ‘Relationship Abuse’, here is a small description of what relationship abuse is;
Abuse in relationships is not always physical violence and can range from someone constantly putting you down, threatening you or forcing you to do something you don’t want to. Abuse in relationships can happen to anyone regardless of the type of relationship. Research shows that young women are more likely to suffer from abuse in relationships, but young men can experience it too. Abuse can harm you physically and emotionally as well as leave you feeling isolated and lonely.
*If you have been a victim of abuse, please visit this site for help and information: http://thisisabuse.direct.gov.uk/need-help
Do you know anyone affected by relationship abuse? Are you one of the 3,700 Habbos who have the first badge? Do the badges look appealing? Share your view now by clicking ‘Read More & Comment’.
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