World Report on Violence Against Children documents the findings and recommendations of the process of the United Nations Secretary-General’s Study on Violence against Children. The book describes the nature and extent of violence against children, the impacts of the violence, and contributing factors. It also discusses practical examples of responses to each form of violence, highlighting good practice and key elements of effective programmes.
The Community Development Foundation (FDC) has warned that Mozambican schools are highly vulnerable to trafficking in children.
Speaking during the second day of a regional conference organised by the Southern African Network against the Traffic in and Abuse of Minors (SANTAC), FDC’s Graca Machel, pointed out that the vulnerability of many schools arises because they not protected by walls or fences, and have no security guards.
Khulisa invites you to a stakeholder dialogue. This will centre around unique research that evaluates how children see, think and feel about crime, and their solutions to the problems they experience.