Child abuse and neglect are serious public health problems and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) that can have long-term impact on health, opportunity, and wellbeing. But child abuse and neglect are preventable–and we can all do our part.

Join ISPCAN and help us bring attention to child rights and the need for prevention of child abuse by raising awareness. In the month of November, ISPCAN recognizes both the World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse (Nov. 19) and World Children’s Day (Nov. 20).

Here are some ways to raise awareness:

  • Create posters and banners to share
  • Download our World Children’s Day banner and logo
  • Share resources with ISPCAN and the world
  • Create informational graphics and social media messages 
  • Connect, network & learn with ISPCAN
  • Eliminate child abuse
  • Support our professionals
  • Work closely together with our country partners and international partners
  • Make our voices stronger
  • Increase knowledge and resources
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World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse

November 19

Download Poster Here
Download Poster Here
Download Poster Here

19 DAYS OF PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT & ACTIVISM

Videos

World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse Video

Video from CEO and Executive Director of ISPCAN, Pragathi Tummala

ISPCAN Country Partner AfriChild Centre – The State of Child Abuse in Uganda as well as a few propositions’ on what can be done to address the raising concerns.

Child Abuse: Starting the Conversation with Music. 

Crissy Sykes Creator of The My Body Is My Body Programme (MBIMB)

ISPCAN Country Partner NAPCAN video “Change the World”, a powerful message from young people calling for us to listen to their voices. To learn more about this Video CLICK HERE. Visit NAPCAN Here.

 Infographics

Infographic provided by ISPCAN Country Partner AfriChild Centre

Infographic provided by ISPCAN Country Partner AfriChild Centre

Click on the image to download the infographic. Click here for more information on ISPCAN Country Partner Against Child Abuse.