Items tagged with 'Psychological abuse'

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The online training is designed to increase knowledge and change competency of public health, medical, and mental health professionals related to preventing adverse childhood experiences. Content is...
Building on the importance of the adverse consequences from traumatic experiences in childhood, Cate Bailey et al. reviewed existing literature on trauma-informed approaches examining whether or not...
Pershi Lastivky [Early Swallows] is a hit television drama series in Ukraine. It focuses on the lives of secondary school students and their struggles with bullying, cyberbullying, suicide, and other...
According to surveys, Romania is ranked first in Europe in terms of the level of school bullying. To remedy the situation, a law has been drafted to prohibit bullying in educational institutions. The...
Annually, children and young people in the services of 'The Children's Society' are given money to cover the expenses of a project important to them. The funding allows them to learn new skills and...
Child abuse cases sometimes go unreported in Hungary due to lack of attention or in order to avoid conflict. Any physical, emotional or sexual mistreatment qualifies as abuse, and anyone who does not...
The Ministry of Human Resources (EMMI) declared their committment to combating violence against women on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women EMMI. A new Hungarian...
Neglect, abuse and being born into 'dysfunctional families' are the main reasons why more than 7,000 unborn children are placed in the category ‘children in need’. This number has almost tripled in...
In France, more than 220,000 women suffer abuse from their partner each year, and one woman dies every three days as a result of domestic violence. The French National Assembly voted to approve,...
Dr Szilvia Gyurkó, children’s rights expert’s thoughts are summarized in nlc.hu article about what needs to happen in order to eliminate violence and abuse in children’s lives. Hungarian children are...

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