2015 Denver Thinking Space - Positive Parenting: Preventing Violence against Children

Date of webinar: 
06 May 2015
Lecturer: 
Corporal Punishment in India: Current Status and Future Interventions to Support Positive Parenting
Organisation/Provider/Organiser: 
ISPCAN - INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT

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), for that ISPCAN organizes two event webinars on the preventing violence against children. 

SECOND EVENT

ISPCAN, on 6th May at 9.00 am MST, organizes a webinar on "Corporal Punishment in India: Current Status and Future Interventions to Support Positive Parenting", with Dr Rajeev Seth.

Dr Seth has been working as a volunteer to provide medical care and rehabilitation services to orphan and vulnerable children in India. He strongly propagates the view that “child protection” must also include protection from disease, poor nutrition, and illiteracy, in addition to abuse and exploitation.

Dr Rajeev Seth is the current Chairperson of the Indian Child Abuse, Neglect & Child Labour (ICANCL) group. Dr Seth obtained his medical pediatric training at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India and at the University of California San Francisco and a post doctoral fellowship at Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, California, USA. 

REGISTRATION ON: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/5207804205180914946

 

ABOUT ISPCAN

ISPCAN was founded in 1977 by Dr. C. Henry Kempe and is still the only multidisciplinary organization bringing together professionals worldwide to work towards the prevention of child abuse, neglect and exploitation globally. 

 

Language(s) of the materials: 
English

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