The second expert meeting in Warsaw was an inter-active working meeting for officials and specialists from the Baltic Sea Region and beyond. It engaged the participants in a critical review of the draft guidance report “Communication practices and awareness-raising campaigns for Non-violent Childhoods”.
- NVC Expert Meeting Warsaw – Agenda
- Participant List Warsaw
- NVC Lessons lessons learned – Warsaw March 2018
- NVC Guidance Service Providers – Summary from Riga Meeting February 2018
- The NVC Campaign Guidance Material_by Olivia Lind Haldorsson
- The Swedish Journey_by Bodil Långberg
- Elimination through awareness raising campaigns_by Cristina Barbaglia – Rädda Barnen
- Engaging with faith-based communities -campaigning for non-violent childhoods_by Chris Dodd
- Working with the corporate sector on child rights_by Henrik Holmquist
- Campaigning on physical abuse of children_by Maria Keller-Hamela – Empowering Children Foundation Poland
- Campaigning in Estonia_by Ann Lind-Liiberg
- Lessons from Ireland’s journey to achieve Equally Protection_by Jillian van Turnhout
- Positive Parenting – outlook for next expert meeting in Tallinn in April_by Olivia Lind Haldorsson
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- The French initiative: http://stopveo.org/
- Supermarket Survival Guide: http://stopveo.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Guide-de-survie-supermarche.pdf
- The Polish Campaign “Reaguj. Masz prawo”: http://jakreagowac.pl/
- The Girl Effect: https://www.girleffect.org/
- The Clock is ticking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1e8xgF0JtVg
You are invited to express your interest to participate in a high-level conference on 15 and 16 November 2018 on the implementation of the legal prohibition of all corporal punishment of children. The conference marks the end of an important year in the journey to end corporal punishment following the Agenda 2030 for Children: End Violence Solutions Summit in February and the Malta high-level Global Conference on the Universal Prohibition of Corporal Punishment in June.
The Stockholm Conference will launch a set of guidance reports with global relevance on the implementation of the legal ban on corporal punishment in the best interests of the child, including through positive, non-violent parenting, good communication practices and awareness raising campaigns, and for service providers to act as champions for non-violent childhoods.
On the occasion of the Stockholm Conference, a campaign produced by the Non-Violent Childhoods project will be launched. Sweden – being the conference venue – was the pioneer in this area, becoming the first country in the world to ban corporal punishment in 1979. Almost 40 years later, progress has accelerated and now 53 countries worldwide have prohibited corporal punishment in all settings.
Many more are preparing to do the same.
Register your interest to take part in the Stockholm Conference in November 2018 on the following website →