Support for victims of sexual abuse in Macedonia

On 26th September, CIRa (Institutional Development Centre) and First Children's Embassy in the World - Megjashi, launched a campaign for establishment of Fund for Support of Children and Youth Victims of Sexual Abuse.

Nova Makedonija: Police arrests will not solve child beggars problem

Nova Makedonija explains why police attempts to keep children away from begging in the streets fail.

According to First Children's Embassy in the World - Megjashi, picking children from the streets and placing them in day care centers, which they leave after a few hours, is not a sustainable solution. Long term solutions are needed, like engaging children in educational process and providing social apartments and employment for their family members.

See it, Hear it, Say it awarded

See it, Hear it, Say it campaign was conducted in Poland between January and February 2007. It was created on pro bono basis by advertising agency DDB Warszawa for the Nobody's Children Foundation.
The campaign was based on media messages - press, online, and outdoor advertising - and launching a special website,

IPS: New EP declaration on child trafficking

According to the Inter Press Service article by David Cronin, EU is on it's way to take a new stand against trafficking in children.

Although with the Amsterdam Treaty trafficking in human beings has been named as an area of responsibility for the EU as a whole, the problems associated with trafficking are left unsolved and numbers of children trafficked within the EU are rising.

Good Parent - Good Start programme

"Good Parent - Good Start" is a preventive programme carried out by the Nobody's Children Foundation from Poland. It is the first Polish programme aimed at preventing the abuse of the youngest children (children under 3).

Respect works out!

"Respect works out!" is a European project coordinated by the German organisation Association for a New Education (ANE) in partnership with NSPCC in the UK and the Nobody's Children Foundation in Poland, financed by the EU in the frame of Daphne programme.

Respect works out! project publications

Publications developed in the frame of the "Respect works out!" project are already available. They aim to help parents to understand children's behaviour better and provides useful advice on how to avoid situations getting out of control.

School Free from Violence Project

"School Free from Violence" is a project implemented in Bulgaria by UNICEF, the State Agency for Child Protection, Sofia Municipality, Ministry of Education and Science, and other institutions. The project aims toward creating a safe and supporting school environment through direct interaction with children, teachers and parents in the school.

Interdisciplinary help for child victims of crime, abuse and neglect

No. 23/2008 of the periodical "Abused Child. Theory, Research and Practice" published by the Nobody's Children Foundation was dedicated to the problem of systemic help for abused children, which is also the leading theme for the current year's Childhood Without Abuse Project activities.

Ukrainian media about child trafficking

The growing problem of child trafficking and child abuse through prostitution is raising concerns in Ukrainian media. The Epoch Times, in an article based on UN report, states that children aged from 13 to 18 make ten percent of trafficking victims in Ukraine.