ISPCAN is pleased to announce the release of the 13th edition of World Perspectives on Child Abuse. This publication offers a unique view of the state of child maltreatment policy and practice in 88 countries, plus resources and articles on the key topics of corporal punishment and establishing child protection systems. Edited by Howard Dubowitz, Heather [...]
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Dubai youth gathered in November 2017 to discuss the issues of bullying in the Middle East.
The Prague Youth Forum brought together youth from Prague, India, Japan, South Africa, and Turkey. Watch the amazing video they created to talk about how the advent of child rights has changed their world.
Final Youth Action Plan for Jamaica Conference December 2018
Out of the shadows: Shining light on the response to child sexual abuse and exploitation - a 60-country benchmarking index examines how countries are responding to the threat of sexual violence against children. It explores the environment in which the issue occurs and is addressed; the degree to which a country’s legal framework provide protections for children from sexual violence; [...]
We believe the key to ending the global rape epidemic is to empower both girls and boys to create a culture of mutual respect.Our 12-hour curricula emphasizes interactive verbal skills, role playing and physical training. We keep lectures to a minimum and instead teach youth the practical, hands-on tools to speak up, prevent or intervene [...]
The State of the World's Fathers 2019 report calls for men’s uptake of their full share of the world’s childcare and domestic work – across all societies and relationships – to advance gender equality. MenCare’s programs engage men and women around the world to become active parents, more equitable partners, and agents of positive change [...]
The first-of-its-kind benchmarking index covers 40 countries which represent 70% of the world’s children and will help to assess the progress toward reaching the Sustainable Development Goal 16.2 – ending abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence against and torture of children by 2030.
This toolkit aims to assist National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and International Federations (IFs) in the development of policies and procedures to safeguard athletes from harassment and abuse in sport.
Developed in 2013, this comprehensive resource guide includes: Part I: Data Collection and Monitoring Systems Part II: Building and Improving Child Protection Systems