Bad touch

Bad touch campaign in Bulgaria

The "Bad touch"campaign was conducted in Bulgaria by Social Activities and Practices Institute between November and December 2011. During the press conference that launched the campaign and took place on November 22nd 2011 in Sofia there were presented the results of the research on sexual abuse and prevention of sexual abuse, as well as on support for the victims and their parents.
On the same day the campaign was also presented in the municipality of Shoumen and the broadcasting of the TV and radio spots started on the media that have coverage in the whole country. 

Bad touch campaign in Moldova

On November 22nd 2011 the National Centre for Child Abuse Prevention launched in Moldova the "Bad touch" campaign aimed at preventing and combating the child sexual abuse. The event took place at the premises of Press Agency "Info-Prim" and was broadcasted by 5 national TV channels, 2 radio stations, 2 national newspapers and 13 news web sites.
The main media partner of this campaign is the National Public Broadcasting (IPNA) "Teleradio-Moldova" which launched the audio and video spots within the campaign.

Bad touch campaign in Ukraine

The campaign „Bad touch" in Ukraine was conducted by Child Well -Being Fund . The launching event was carried out on November 22nd 2011. It was included to the national plan of activities in the frame of 16 Days against Gender Violence.The start of the campaign was dedicated to the International Day for the Child Abuse Prevention.

Bad touch campaign in Lithuania

The campaign "Bad touch" was held in Lithuania between November 17th 2011 and January 22nd 2012. Children Support Center organized a press conference in a major Baltic News Agency ‘Baltic News Service". The participants of the press conference were opinion leaders: Ombudsperson for Children's Rights of the Republic of Lithuania Ms Edita Ziobiene, Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Mr Dalius Bitaitis, Deputy Minister of Justice Mr Tomas Vaitkevicius, adolescent psychiatrist Mr Linas Slušnys, and Director of the Children Support Center Ms Aušra Kurienė.