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Small Voices, Big Dreams 2019: Violence against children as explained by children

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Small Voices, Big Dreams 2019: Violence against children as explained by children

Date of publication: 
01 Jan 2019

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Authors: 
Bello, Armando
Palacios Gálvez, María S.
Pascual, Iván R.
Muñoz, M. Marta
Publisher: 
ChildFund Alliance
Educo and Capitals Alliance
Publication type: 
Reports
Studies, Reviews and Research

No child is completely immune to violence. Each year, nearly one billion children are afflicted by some type of physical, sexual, emotional violence or neglect, across different geographical, socioeconomic and cultural barriers. Listening to children and taking their opinions into account is crucial to truly understand this global problem. Moreover, giving children a voice and promoting their role as rights-holders reduces their vulnerability and becomes a factor for protection in and of itself. With this in mind,  Small Voices Big Dreams  listened   to children from 15 different countries with diverse cultural and economic backgrounds to reveal their perceptions of violence against children, in all its dimensions.

Audience: 
CP Practitioners
Donors
Humanitarian Field workers
Other Humanitarian Actors
Policy makers
Country(s) this content is relevant to: 
Brazil
Canada
Ecuador
Ghana
Honduras
India
Mexico
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Spain
Sweden
Thailand
Vietnam

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