Coordinators Meeting in Lisbon

Between 17th and 21st of November all the coordinators of the „Childhood without Abuse” project took part in the XIth ISPCAN European Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect in Lisbon. Besides participating in all the sessions of the conference, there was a special Coordinators’ Meeting organized before the main event.


Did you tell you child how much you love him/her ?

The First Children’s Embassy in the World-Megjashi continues with the last year’s campaign for more love and attention towards the children, but now with the motto “Did you tell you child how much you love him/her?”.


Your Honour, I have the right not to be scared

On the 10th of October 2007 Nobody’s Children Foundation together with Polish Ministry of Justice officially launched the second edition of the campaign “Child – Witness with Special Needs”.




Child in the City 2008

For the 4th time the European Network Child Friendly Cities wants to invite everyone to participate in the Child in the City Conference which will be held at 3,4 and 5 November 2008 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.



Short movie on child trafficking in Moldova

Stop the Traffik
Stop the Traffik
On YouTube one can find a short movie concerning the complex issues of migration mixed with the risks of trafficking of children and young women in Moldova. The tone of the movie is serious and sensitive, addressing social and economic roots causes.

Training for judges in Ukraine

On the 8th and 9th of October 2007 there was a training for judges from local and general courts conducted in Kiev. The title of the training was „The role of judicial system in improving children’s protection system in Ukraine”.

19 November 2007 - World Day for Prevention of Child Abuse

ISPCAN reminds about the upcoming World Day for Prevention of Child Abuse on 19 November 2007. Everyone is encouraged to take part in this important day.

Romania tackles child porn with software

As the Reuters agency reports Romania adopted a new computer system to tackle Internet pornography, which officials fear may rise after the country joined the European Union this year.

They say growing labour migration and easier customs controls will likely encourage the exploitation of children in the southeastern European country, which the United Nations already considers a top source of human trafficking.

23 Council of Europe member states sign Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

On the 25th of October twenty-three Council of Europe member states signed the Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse, which represents a major step in the prevention of sexual offences against children, the prosecution of perpetrators and the protection of victims.