The campaign Your Honour I have the right not to be scared in Latvia

The launching event of the campaign "Your Honour I have the right not to be scared" was held on the 26th of October 2010 and took place in the center "Dardedze". The partners of the campaign were: State police, General Prosecution Office, Ministry of Justice and Children's Rights Protection Inspectorate.

The campaign Your Honour I have the right not to be scared in Bulgaria

The campaign "Your Honour I have the right not to be scared" was launched on 5th October 2010 in Shumen during the working meeting of SAPI and partners. The participants were leading NGOs in the country, municipalities who are partners of the organization in the field of social services and different professionals. The launching event gave opportunity to disseminate information about key massage of the campaign to large professional auditory and to activate their involvement in improvement of practice of child friendly participation in legal procedures.

The Council of Europe Campaign to stop sexual violence against children

The Council of Europe has launched a Europe-wide campaign to raise awareness about the growing sexual abuse and exploitation of minors in Europe.  The Council has worked with children, parents, teachers, social workers, and other experts to determine the type of information to be included in the campaign. The main goals of the campaign are to achieve further signature, ratification and implementation of the Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse (Lanzarote Convention), to equip children, their families/carers and societies at large with knowledge and tools to prevent and report sexual violence against children, thereby raising awareness of its extent.

IOM Campaign against Trafficking

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) presented the "Buy Responsibly" Campaign in Vienna on Friday, 15th October, to coincide with EU Anti-Trafficking Day proceedings. By urging consumers to change their behaviour and find out "What's behind the things we buy", the "Buy Responsibly" Campaign draws public attention to the vital role consumers can play in combating human trafficking.This campaign addresses a gap in global counter-trafficking efforts which have until now, mainly focused on prevention and post-rescue assistance in source countries with little work being done to tackle the equally critical demand side, fuelled by consumer purchases.