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Government Teams up with Habbo for This is ABUSE Campaign0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:22 pm

A campaign realistically educating the users of Habbo about abuse and all the forms it can take will be coming to the Hotel.

The This is ABUSE campaign was designed by the Government to educate teenagers and young adults on domestic violence and abuse. It offers many features to help the users recognise abuse and then also get help. There are various polls, debates and a discussion board for users to share their own experiences and to also help others. This hard hitting campaign will be coming to Habbo soon, bringing forth the hard facts on abuse and domestic violence that you never thought you’d hear.

If you’re interested in learning about abuse and domestic violence, or even if you’ve got a question or worry, you can chat to the experts who will be in the This is ABUSE Infobus room. Or if you’d like to speak to someone personally, you can click here for a list of organisations that offer help and support for people in various situations. You can visit the This is ABUSE website and read up on everything from spotting the signs of abuse to stopping yourself from abusing someone else, here. There are also a few badges to be won by partaking in polls and other activities, if you’re interested in getting some new badges make sure you keep an eye out for the official Habbo article.

What do you think about the campaign? Personally I think Habbo should spend more time on campaigns like this with real meaning and teaching behind them, rather than ones that make out life is completely sugar coated and sweet. Although Habbo is supposed to be a safe place where you can relax and chill out, it’s not like that in the real world.

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