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INSPIRE: Seven Strategies for Ending Violence Against Children

Posted By: • April 28th, 2017

Up to one billion children in the world are estimated to have experienced physical, sexual, or psychological violence in the past year. INSPIRE is a technical package for those committed to preventing and responding to violence against children and adolescents. The package is available in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Read More

Letting the Future In

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • April 26th, 2017

A Therapeutic Intervention for Children Affected by Sexual Abuse and their Carers: An Evaluation of Impact and Implementation Read More

Sistematización Proyecto, Aportando a la Autonomía de Mujeres Víctimas de Trata y Mujeres Migrantes Víctimas de Explotación en la Construcción de Nuevos Proyectos de Vida

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • March 27th, 2017

El Proyecto “Aportando a la autonomía de mujeres víctimas de trata y mujeres migrantes víctimas de explotación en la construcción de nuevos proyectos de vida” (Enero-Diciembre 2016), cuya sistematización se expone en este documento, surge de la urgente necesidad de apoyar a las mujeres que han sido violentadas por el delito de trata de personas y de mujeres migrantes víctimas de explotación que egresan de la Casa Josefina Bahati, refugio del Servicio Nacional de la Mujer y Equidad de Género ejecutado por ONG Raíces. Read More

Comités de Protección de Niños, Niñas y Adolescentes en la India

Posted By: • January 29th, 2017

Deep Savarni, Fundador y Director de Praajak Development Society comparte su experiencia en la creación de Comités de Niños, Niñas y Adolescentes como un medio para lograr la participación efectiva de los niños, niñas y adolescentes en el monitoreo de los servicios brindados por los hogares administrados por el gobierno en la India. Read More

What do we know about… safe accommodation and alternative care for children affected by sexual exploitation and related trafficking?

Posted By: • November 28th, 2016

The family is the natural environment in which to promote the well-being and development of children. All efforts must be made to enable a child to remain or return to the care of his or her parents. When the child is unable or unwilling to return home, and extended family are not able to care for the child, the state is responsible for ensuring appropriate alternative care for every child (UN, 2010; UN, 1989). Read More

What do we know about… education and training for children affected by sexual exploitation and related trafficking?

Posted By: • November 28th, 2016

Children affected by sexual exploitation and trafficking, like other children, require education and training in order to get on in life, contribute to their household and become financially independent in the future. Education and training prepares young people for later employment. In addition to the monetary benefits that having a job brings, employment can have a major impact on an individual’s life – building self-esteem, confidence and social behaviours (Hagar Cambodia, 2010). Accessing education and training is a fundamental right that all children are entitled to. Read More