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“If we learn all our lives that violence is okay, at the age of 20 (we
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Alex Mistlin reports for The Guardian that, according to the government’s annual youth justice statistics, self-harm and use of restraint are increasingly commonplace in the youth justice system and a record high of more than half of young people in custody are from black, Asian
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In many cases, victims of school abuse do not dare to seek help or do not know where to ask for help. It is the responsibility of adults to notice the signs of abuse.
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Across the world, one billion children are suffering from violence, exploitation and abuse. But it doesn't have to be this way.
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Ahead of marking the International Human Rights Day on December 10, the First Children's Embassy Megjashi presented Alternative Report of the Non-Governmental Organizations on the State of Children’s Rights in Macedonia.
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According to the report by Rights and Security International (RSI), the "violent, unsanitary and inhuman" conditions in the Kurdish controlled al-Hol and al-Roj camps
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The Advocacy Group for Children with Disabilities "Hëna", in collaboration with Respect Our Right - ROR have made an awareness video, through which they raise their voice for a safe environment for all children.
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‘Act Now’, a child consultation study by World Vision, reveals that more than four in five (81 percent) of those interviewed across 50 countries have seen or faced vio
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113 tablets with Internet connection and prepaid Zoom account until the end of 2020-2021 academic year; 30 smart TVs; the first batch of 30,000 masks and 200 litres of disinfectant and 30 sets of teaching aids and supplies - all these items will be distributed by Terre des hommes Moldova
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The first national study of child exploitation in Scotland – „Sexual exploitation of children involved in the children’s hearings system” – calls for further efforts to increase communities’ and agencies’ awareness as cases are identified in 27 of 32 local authorities.
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As part of the regional initiative Child protection Hub for Southeast Europe, a local training for representatives of children's organizations was organized on Monday, October 12, in Belgrade.
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The charity, Power the Fight, has recently published a new report with the title Therapeutic Intervention for Peace, which was commissioned by the Mayor of London's Violence Reduction Unit. 
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Two former residents of the Kalocsa children’s home decided to report their stories of torture and abuse suffered while they lived there. Two supervisors of the home also commented anonymously on the atrocities taking place within the walls of the institution.
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This study about violent extremism focuses mainly on young adults and their key drivers, influences and pathways. These children tend to have a biological tendency towards risk-taking and can be vulnerable towards polarized message conten
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An amendment to the Public Education Act has introduced school guards as a new institution whose intended purpose is to protect teachers from acts of violence.
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On July 3, 2020, the parliament approved the establishment of the school guard institution, and it is already known that school guards will start their work at 491 locations. The Bagázs Association shares some thoughts about this subject in its blog post.
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SOS Hotline for Women and Children Victims of Violence Niksic organised the Second National Webinar under the J/TiP project "Improving provision of services and awareness to combat Trafficking in Persons in the Balkans, Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo" funded by t
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Statement by UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Natalia Kanem on the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict
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Warning signs of racism and racial bullying: 
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The aim of this child-led research project was to understand children's and young people’s perceptions about violence against children as described within the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) that seeks to end violence against children.
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Joining Forces (ChildFund, Plan International, Save the Children, SOS Children’s Villages, Terre des Hommes and World Vision)
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WHO’s report examined the physical and social relationships of adolescents aged 11, 13 and 15, from 45 countries. It showed that most of adolescents’ mental well-being declined, frequently feeling anxious and low.
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Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC), a WHO collaborative cross-national study, has provided information about the health, well-being, social environment and health behaviour of 11-, 13- and 15-year-old boys and girls for over 30 years.
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Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC), a WHO collaborative cross-national study, has provided information in 2020 about the health, well-being, social environment and health behaviour of 11-, 13- and 15-year-old boys and girls for over 30 years.
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Good news; the Armenian National Assembly has ratified the Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse.
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In an article by Dr Szilvia Gyurkó, a child right specialist, she gives some tools for parents to protect their children more effectively from paedophiles.
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 The Vodafone Romania Foundation has announced that the Bright Sky Ro application will help victims of domestic violence in three languages (Romanian, Hungarian and English) form May.
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The Council of Europe is currently implementing the project “Combating violence against children in the Republic of Moldova”.
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The current lockdown conditions provide the perfect environment for online child abuse. As families are forced to stay at home, parents need to balance their work with homeschooling and taking care of their children.
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During the pandemic, Childline services gives children and young people who are anxious about the coronavirus a safe environment in which to speak and be listened to, and to get support. Childline delivers counselling sessions and has collected the children’s main concerns:
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According to a report released by Human Rights Watch, the COVID-19 crisis will have a long-term negative impact on children, though they are much less threatened by the virus than other age groups.
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In order to slow down coronavirus, many people decide to stay at home, but as a result of the quarantine, the number of cases connected to domestic violence can arise, says NANE and PATENT Associations in Hungary. In China, there were three times more reports in February then last year.
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The Office for National Statistics (ONS) in UK has published an article on responses to and outcomes of child abuse cases and the criminal justice system. Main points include:
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Publication INSPIRE: Seven Strategies for Ending Violence Against Children has been translated into Serbian. You can download the publication in Serbian here.
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This major report surveys the evidence relating to the prevalence, impact and treatment of ACEs, the extent to which ACEs should provide the basis for frontline practice and service design, and the known level of effectiveness and value of ACE-related approaches, such as routine enquiry and traum
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The Early Intervention Foundation has published
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Violence involving young people is a serious problem that affects thousands of adolescents every day. Violent behavior among young people usually takes many forms, such as bullying, including cyberbullying, verbal abuse, fighting, ignoring. 
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The outbreak of the coronavirus has shaken the whole world, including children. Early years education facilities are pushed to educate children about the virus in order to stop bullying and anxiety among their students.
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On Safer Internet Day (11 February), Dr. Szilvia Gyurkó wrote six key points on the subject of child pornography.
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In a new press release, the EU highlighted their role in international efforts to eliminate Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) via their support for a number of projects worldwide, and by including the elimination of FGM in their human rights and political dialogues with partner countries and organi
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Child abuse cases sometimes go unreported in Hungary due to lack of attention or in order to avoid conflict.
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The stop-start trial of Titi, Constantin Radu, and 25 other men has gone on for more than nine years. The 66-year-old man and his gang are accused of trafficking Romanian Roma minors to Western Europe for a  life of forced criminality, panhandling and stealing.
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Since 1991, 25 November has been the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. More than 100 people in Budapest took part in a march to demand the Hungarian government take domestic violence seriously and ratify the Istanbul Convention.
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November 18 2019 is the European Day on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse. This year’s theme is “Empowering children to stop sexual violence”.
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The joint school information program of “Áradat “Association of Miercurea Ciuc and RMDSZ Women’s Organization has been extended to two more counties so that extraordinary homeroom classes are held in Arad and Timis counties as well.
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Under the leadership of the WHO, international child welfare organisations have been searching for interventions which would be the most effective in ending violence against children.
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Strengthening knowledge attained during summer school, guiding marks and new activities for Peer to Peer Education classes, concrete ways
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Julianna is not just one young girl, who was born to a bad place. Julianna is all the girls, who grew up without parental guidance and does not know anything about her health, her body and her rights. Violent people take advantage of Julianna, they are forcing sexual intercourse with her.
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Éva László, a lecturer at the Hungarian Institute of Sociology and Social Work at the BBTE, gave a lecture to parents and educators on how to inform your child about sexual abuse, as part of the Sunflower program of the János Zsigmond Unitarian College in Cluj-Napoca.
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ChildPact launches the Regional Mapping Survey Report on INSPIRE Strategies to End Violence Against Children based on t
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Nowadays we hear more and more about domestic violence, and this is necessary because many victims are afraid or unable to seek help because of their young age.
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Dr Szilvia Gyurkó, children’s rights expert’s thoughts are summarized in nlc.hu article about what needs to happen in order to eliminate viole
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A school-district investigation was launched for physical assault at the school in Gyöngyöspata. One of the leaders pressed a 12-year-old child against the wall with force, causing bruises on the child’s body- said the mother, who witnessed the assault.
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‘The most important thing adults can do is to love
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70 per cent of children aged between 8 and 18 in Albania affected by some form of violence based on a report by the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights in 2018.
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The Education-Child Protection Response Framework, developed by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), presents a series of guiding objectives to establish safe access to protective learning environment for children in conflict situations.
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Position Title: Program Assistant Location: Flexible, preferably based in or near GMT or CET time zones Reports to: Director, Ignite Philanthropy: Inspiring the End to Violence Against Girls and Boys Hours per week (average): 40 Overtime Status: Non-Exempt
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Between 1 and 3 July, ChildPact secretariat organised an ad
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This report shows that success breeds success and there has been real momentum since the 2015 adoption of the 2030 Agenda.
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Progress for Every Child in the SDG Era, a report released in March 2018, assessed the world’s performance to date, focusing on 44 indicators that directly concern the 2030 Agenda’s most vulnerable constituency: children.
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In Hungary, there is a law banning corporal punishment since 2005, but 2/3rd of parents think it is okay to hit their child. Surprisingly, 50% of children think it's okay to be hit by their parents.  It is well known that violence in childhood leaves a persistent trait in adulthood.
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What can someone do who flees from an abusive relationship? Who to turn to?
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Regional conference on the prevention and elimination of violence against children to gather international experts in Sofia The event will take place on June 27-28
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Yerevan, April 11-12 2019: The French public organisation BICE organised a training for Armenian professionals, representatives from child protection services, authorities and NGOs.
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There is an African proverb which says: ‘If you want to go fast, go alone.
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ChildPact is launching a call for contributions and invites institutions and representatives from the NGO sector to fill in an on line Survey aimed at mapping the activities currently being conducted in line with the INSPIRE framework (Seven Strategies for Ending Violence Against Children) in the
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The Council of Europe’s Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA) has published the second evaluation report on Finland.
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UNICEF has conducted Adverse Childhood Experiences Study in Serbia and one of the key findings is that experiences during childhood can affect health throughout the life course.
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Seven INSPIRE strategies for ending violence against children is a compilation of effective, evidence-based interventions to support countries in ending violence against children.
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Seven INSPIRE strategies for ending violence against children is a compilation of effective, evidence-based interventions to support countries in ending violence against children.
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Seven INSPIRE strategies for ending violence against children is a compilation of effective, evidence-based interventions to support countries in ending violence against children.
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Seven INSPIRE strategies for ending violence against children is a compilation of effective, evidence-based interventions to support countries in ending violence against children.
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Seven INSPIRE strategies for ending violence against children is a compilation of effective, evidence-based interventions to support countries in ending violence against children.
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Seven INSPIRE strategies for ending violence against children is a compilation of effective, evidence-based interventions to support countries in ending violence against children.
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Seven INSPIRE strategies for ending violence against children is a compilation of effective, evidence-based interventions to support countries in ending violence against children.
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Terre des hommes Romania organised a training on 11–12 April 2019 on the
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Multiple research confirmed negative effect of the corporal punishment to the child’s life. The Baltic States have made significant progress in protecting the rights of the child by prohibiting corporal punishment in the process of parenting and education at the legislative level.
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The beginning of the year ChildHub has organised a series of webinars presenting the 7 strategies of INSPIRE. The INSPIRE package represents an evidence-based approach to revitalizing, focusing, and expanding current multisectoral efforts to prevent and respond to violence against children.
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We are happy to invite you for another session in the Childhub INSPIRE webinar series! On Thursday, March 21, we will have a pleasure to hear from excellent speaker about promising practice that has been implemented around the world, linked to the following INSPIRE strategy:
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Join us for the last in mini webinar series on forensic interviews in Barnahus on March 14th at 2pm CET done in cooperation with the PROMISE project! With reference to Barnahus Quality Standard 6, this webinar will explore how a forensic interview is conducted.
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The second part of our mini-webinar series on forensic interviews will be hosted in Barnahus on 7 March, at 2pm CET.
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After two scandals in Albania – a recent gang rape and a sexual  assault of two mi
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Childhub continues the Barnahus series in 2019! In cooperation with the PROMISE project, we are organizing a mini webinar series on conducting forensic interviews with children victims and witnesses of violence.
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A new technology is being developed to prevent exploitation of children by gangs i
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We are happy to invite you for another session in the Childhub INSPIRE webinar series! On Thursday, February 7th, we will have a pleasure to hear from two excellent speakers about good practices they have been involved with, linked to two new INSPIRE strategies:
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The BBC Two documentary following children and families affected by domestic abuse aired on February 6th.
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Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children
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European Commission has launched call for proposals for Action Grants 2019. Two topics are particularly interesting for child protection and chid rights related actors:
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The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) analyzed response mechanisms to sexual violence against children in 40 countries all over the world.
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The National Network for Children (Bulgaria) shared a survey done by the Gallup International sociological agency from the beginning of December 2018, which indicated that Bulgarians are moderately tolerant regarding various topics of family relations.
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Portal Cafe del Montenegro reported that the National SOS Children's Line has been launched in Montenegro.
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In cooperation with the Montengro Center for Child Rights and the participation of UNICEF and WHO, ChildHub was introduced in Podgorica, Montenegro, to a large group of policy makers and practitioners coming from different disciplines from child protection to justice and health.
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The publication is intended for parents or guardians, but also for all professionals involved in the upbringing of children.
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Deputies voted unanimously to adopt amendments to the Penal Code that criminalize all forms of domestic violence in Bulgaria. Despite the rejection of the Istanbul Convention, the government has focused on more than a dozen rules to combat domestic violence.
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On the occasion of the Universal Children's Day on 20 November, the European Commission made an official statement, about its determination to promote the rights of all children worldwide, and to create a world free from any form of violence, abuse, harrassement or neglect.
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Globally, studies have demonstrated that children in every society are affected by physical, sexual and emotional violence.
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Thanks to the hospitality of the Swedish Embassy, and the support of the PROMISE II project, Maria Gorosch, police officer in the Stockholm Barnahus, and Alda Hrönn Jóhannsdottir, Icelandic prosecutor visited Budapest and met with various professionals, to share
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Between 24 and 29 September, the African’s Children Forum  took place in Niemey, Niger, organized by the African Movement of Children and Young Workers (MAEJT: Mouvement Africain des Enfants and Jeunes Travailleurs).
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The Eurochild Conference 2018 took place in Opatija,Crotia, on 29-31 October.
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Portal Analitika reported about a three-day Reuters training for Montenegrin journalists organized by the Agency for Electronic Media and UNICEF. Media in Montenegro should deal more responsibly with topics that include children and youth, especially in cases of abuse and violence against childre
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Antenam Portal reported that the members of the Network for the Protection of Children against Violence attended a four-
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On September 12 2018, a large national platform against child violence, was officially announced in Sofia, titled - “Childhood without violence”.
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'Portal Analitika' reports that the Centres for Social Welfare in Montenegro have recorded 32 cases of sexual violence against children in the last two years, in 2016 and 2017, as the data showed in the Report on the implementation of the Strategy for the Prevention and Protection of Children aga
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Cafe del Montenegro reports that a new support service, a shelter for children victims of family violence will be opened by the end of October 2018 at the Children's Home "Mladost" in Bijela, in the municipality of Herceg Novi.
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Join the Global Social Service Workforce Alliance, the Global Partnership to End Violence and UNICEF for a webinar on Thursday, September 27, to examine the important role of the social service workforce in achieving the seven strategies outlined in the INSPIRE package and the accompanying action
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Join the Global Social Service Workforce Alliance, the Global Partnership to End Violence and UNICEF for a webinar on Thursday, September 27, to examine the important role of the social service workforce in achieving the seven strategies outlined in the INSPIRE package and the accompanying action
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The Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children and ChildHub have started close cooperation in order to "accelerate" actions to prevent and address violence against children in Europe, and in particular in the pathfinding countries: Montenegro, Romania, Georgia and Armenia.  As part of th