Kids Abroad: Ignore them, abuse them or protect them?

The study Kids Abroad, published by Terre des Hommes, is an attempt to summarise what we have learnt about protecting children on the move from abuse and exploitation. It also draws on the experience of other child rights agencies. As you would probably expect the...

Trafficking and the Need for Global Justice

Joanna, 15, sat in the dim restaurant weeping and crying, her shoulders shook, she dabbed her eyes to wipe away the flowing tears with tissues. Were they tears of joy at being rescued from her cruel and vicious captors or was it emotional release of pent up fear and...

Cyberbullying campaign launched in Poland

STOP cyberbullying campaign now launched in Poland! Media and education campaign “STOP cyberbullying” The “STOP cyberbullying” campaign organised by the Nobody’s Children Foundation and ad agency VA Strategic Communications comprises TV and...

‘Internet predator’ stereotypes debunked in new study

“Online Predators” and Their Victims: Myths, Realities and Implications for Prevention, published in the February/March issue of American Psychologist. The journal is published by the American Psychological Association (APA). Study by Janis Wolak, JD,...

Children with abusive experiences online

Report from the expert meeting organised by the Swedish Children’s Welfare Foundation and the Working Group for Cooperation on Children at Risk. The report presents the interventions made at the meeting and the discussions and conclusions following...