Following a high-level conference on implementing the prohibition of corporal punishment held in November 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden, the Non-Violent Childhoods program has released a set of technical guidance reports promoting the positive and non-violent treatment of children, with guidance and tools on how to achieve it. Click on the links below to download the reports.

Ensuring non-violent childhoods: Guidance on implementing the prohibition of corporal punishment in domestic settings

Building supportive societies for non-violent childhoods: Awareness-raising campaigns to achieve an end to corporal punishment

Service providers as champions for non-violent childhoods: Service provision for children and parents to achieve an end to corporal punishment

Parenting for non-violent childhoods: Positive parenting to achieve an end to corporal punishment

A Step-by-Step Guide: On implementing the Convention on the Rights of the Child to achieve an end to corporal punishment

Tracking towards non-violent childhoods: Measuring changes in attitudes and behaviours to achieve an end to corporal punishment