Child Abuse and Neglect

Childhood without Violence - what can children do for themselves

These photos were taken at the exhibition in one of the Macedonian schools and present drawings and paintings made by children in the frames of the campaign “Childhood without violence-what can children do for themselves". Those which were selected as the best ones, would be replicated in a small size and distributed as postcards.

 



ECPAT reports

Belarus Country Report
Belarus Country Report
Every year ECPAT publishes reports on the status of action against commercial sexual exploitation of children. The country reports that make up ECPAT's global monitoring provide information and analysis on specific country situations and an assessment of the efforts made, and still needed, to protect children from sexual exploitation in each country.

SEE IT. HEAR IT. SAY IT.

SEE IT. HEAR IT. SAY IT.
SEE IT. HEAR IT. SAY IT.
With the alarming frequency the Polish media inform us about the cases when the children were roughly beaten by their parents. According to our research 80 % of parents admit that they hit their children and up to 5 % say that they have beaten them in such a way that it caused an injury. Sometimes the scenario is even more dramatic and as a result of the physical violence it comes to the child’s death.

Research - The Problem of Child Abuse: Attitudes and Experiences in Seven Countries of Central and Eastern Europe

The studies were conducted in 2005/2006 in seven Eastern European countries: Bulgaria,
Lithuania, Latvia, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, and Ukraine.
Report was prepared by Monika Sajkowska, PhD (Nobody`s Children Foundation, Warsaw University, Institute of Applied Social Science)