Respect works out – new antispanking website launched

Respect works out is a European project implemented in Germany, Poland and UK, aiming to strengthen the right of a child to a non-violent upbringing.

Keeping the door open: Assistance to children leaving care in the Baltic Sea Region

The report by Working Group for Cooperation on Children at Risk of Council of the Baltic States describes situation of children leaving institutions in the Baltic Sea Region. It refers to unequal access to support and the lack of sensitivity regarding the rights of each young person leaving care to receive assistance according to her or his specific needs.

„I love, don’t beat” campaign in Poland

„I love, don't beat" is a slogan of an antiviolence social campaign carried out during September and October in Poland. The aim of the campaign was to prevent family violence and change social attitudes toward the problem. It was targeted at those experiencing family violence, perpetrators of violence, as well as for representatives of institutions responsible for the prevention of violence in the family.

116 111 inaugurated in Poland

On 6th November 2008, 116 111, first free Polish helpline for children and youth has been launched. The number will be operated by the Nobody's Children Foundation. Launching of 116 111 in Poland was possible thanks to successful cooperation between the Ministry of Interior and Administration, Office of Electronic Communications, the Nobody's Children Foundation, and Polkomtel S.A., Official Sponsor and Technological Partner in the helpline implementation.