The World Report on Violence Against Children notes that “documentation of the magnitude of violence against children shows clearly that this is a very substantial and serious global problem” (Pinheiro 2006, p. 6), for that ISPCAN organizes two event webinars on the preventing violence against children.
On 5th May at 11.00 am MST, ISPCAN organized a webinar on "Positive Parenting: Bonding and attachment: Core elements", with Jane Barlow.
Jane Bartlow is Director of Warwick Infant and Family Wellbeing Unit, Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health, and President of the UK Association of Infant Mental Health, and Chair of the Local Organising Committee for the World Association of Infant Mental Health Congress to be held in Edinburgh in 2014.
Her research interest is the role of early parenting in the aetiology of mental health problems, and in particular the evaluation of early interventions aimed at improving parenting practices and reducing the risk of child maltreatment, during pregnancy and the postnatal period.
ISPCAN was founded in 1977 by Dr. C. Henry Kempe and is still the only multidisciplinary organization bringing together professionals worldwide to work towards the prevention of child abuse, neglect and exploitation globally.