E-Library 2018-10-09T07:19:14+00:00

Below you will find direct access to all files in the ISPCAN E-Library.

Please check back often as we are continuously updating our catalog.

Cyber Safety

Data

  • Unicef – New global data: Access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene

    2.1 billion people worldwide lack access to safe, readily available water at home, and 4.5 billion lack safely managed sanitation, according to a new report by WHO and UNICEF. The report covers a total of 232 countries, areas and territories and presents the first global assessment of “safely managed” drinking water and sanitation services. The overriding […]

  • U.S. State Department 2017 Trafficking in persons report

    A perspective on the 2017 Trafficking report with regard to Africa:     The US State Department Trafficking In Persons Report 2017: Focus on Africa.   This yearly report documents what efforts countries around the world are making to address human trafficking. Here, AFRUCA summarises what this year’s report reveals about African countries.   Most […]

  • Resource Guide on Child Maltreatment Data Collection

    Resource Guide on Child Maltreatment Data Collection Parts I & II   January 2013 The comprehensive resource guide set includes: Part I: Data Collection and Monitoring Systems Part II: Building and Improving Child Protection Systems (free to members)   Purpose The purpose of the ISPCAN Working Group on Child Maltreatment Data Collection (ISPCAN-WGCMDC) is to […]

  • Child Maltreatment Data Collection: Perth 2009

    Child Maltreatment Data Collection • Context, Perspectives, and Prospects for Development • • Bert Van Puyenbroeck

  • Unicef: A Child is a Child Report on Protecting children on the move from violence, abuse and exploitation

    Millions of refugee children are on the move across international borders – fleeing violence and conflict, disaster or poverty, in pursuit of a better life.

  • Unicef Data for Children: Strategic Framework

    The framework highlights the need to invest in the demand, supply, and use of data; whether we’re responding to a refugee crisis in the Middle East, or millions of out-of-school children in Central Africa, we’re committed to striking the right balance between these elements. This is part of a broader scope of work that is […]

  • Violence in Latin America Report

    Responding to the murder epidemic in Latin America The “Instinct for Life” homicide reduction campaign aims to cut homicides in the region by 50% in ten years Embargoed until 5 April 2017 Latin America faces a murder epidemic: every day at least 400 people are violently killed. That amounts to 144,000 homicides a year. Some […]

Event Media and Presentations

Resource Guides

  • Violence Policy Toolkit

    The Commonwealth and Public Health Wales recently launched a new toolkit bringing together evidence on the prevention of all types of violence including interpersonal violence, collective violence and violent extremism. It describes the extent of the problem, its impact, risk factors on what works to prevent violence, and makes 12 key recommendations on how to […]

  • My Body is My Body Child Abuse Prevention Programme

    Keeping children safe – Musical Child Abuse Prevention Program Welcome to the My Body Is My Body Musical Child Abuse Prevention Programme. It is one of the most successful, positive and fun filled musical child abuse prevention programs around, and has now been animated so that it can be shared with children in schools, nursery schools and homes […]

  • Resource Guide on Child Maltreatment Data Collection

    Resource Guide on Child Maltreatment Data Collection Parts I & II   January 2013 The comprehensive resource guide set includes: Part I: Data Collection and Monitoring Systems Part II: Building and Improving Child Protection Systems (free to members)   Purpose The purpose of the ISPCAN Working Group on Child Maltreatment Data Collection (ISPCAN-WGCMDC) is to […]

  • Youth Participation Guide

    The You Respond Guide to Promoting Effective Project Participation by Young People Who Have Experienced Violence is the result of a two-year project funded by the European Union Commission under the Daphne III Programme (2007-2013). The Guide is designed to develop the knowledge and skills of practitioners, managers and policy-makers keen to promote participation amongst […]

  • Preventing Child Maltreatment Guide

    A guide to setting up evidence-based policies and programs to prevent child maltreatment.

  • Ethical Considerations for the Collection, Analysis & Publication of Child Maltreatment Data

    Provides practical suggestions to researchers who are conducting studies on child maltreatment, using internationally agreed upon ethical guidelines for collecting, analyzing and publishing child protection data.

Thinking Space Reports

  • Presentation: Alberto Pellai: An example of an evidence based child abuse prevention programme and the development of an evidence base

    An example of an evidence based child abuse prevention programme and the development of an evidence base Alberto Pellai, MD; PhD Department of Bio-Medical Sciences Milano State University:  “What We Did and Why We Did it.”

  • Virtual Issues Discussion 2011 Child Sexual Abuse

    Child Sexual Abuse: A Review of Practical Interventions from an International Perspective The Presentations are still available for viewing. You can watch them all by clicking here!

  • Preventing Child Sexual Abuse: 2013 ISPCAN Denver Thinking Space

    Our 2nd Denver Thinking Space was held at our headquarters in Denver, Colorado. The event, ISPCAN Denver Thinking Space 2013: Preventing Child Sexual Abuse – Working with Boys and Men, took place March 13-14, 2013. Child sexual abuse is a major worldwide public health issue with significant but preventable adverse effects on the child’s physical […]

  • ISPCAN Denver Thinking Space – 2011

    The International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN), with the generous support of the Oak Foundation, hosted the inaugural ISPCAN ‘Denver Thinking Space’ 2011: Child Sexual Abuse in Denver (USA) on 5-7 May 2011. The aim of the ‘Denver Thinking Space’ is to provide the international community with a snapshot of […]

  • ISPCAN Thinking Space 2015/2016

    Our 3rd Denver Thinking Space was held virtually and was free and open to the public. Theme:”Positive Parenting: Preventing Violence against Children” The World Report on Violence Against Children notes that “documentation of the magnitude of violence against children shows clearly that this is a very substantial and serious global problem” (Pinheiro 2006, p. 6). […]