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This is an online library with  publications related to child protection, including legislation, professional guidance, research reports and toolkits. Please use the filter function to adjust your search or try out the Document Galaxy for a more intuitive search.

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2016 - Child Protection Hub
UNICEF has examined the outcomes of numerous violence prevention and intervention programmes implemented around the globe and has consequently identified six strategies shown to be highly effective. The intervention and response projects outlined in...
2016 - Child Protection Hub
Collaborating with the European Council and the Norwegian government, in 2012, UNICEF compiled a report detailing the prevalence of violence in schools from a global perspective. The report offers several practical recommendations to governments,...
2016 - Child Protection Hub
In their extensive 2012 report, UNICEF, working in partnership with the Council of Europe and the Norwegian government, highlighted the importance of eradicating all forms of violence from educational systems. Violence in schools can manifest in an...
2016 - Child Protection Hub
In a 2011 study, the National Foundation for Educational Research (NEFR) in the UK explored the different manifestations of bullying in almost 100 secondary schools and, through pupil participation, was able to reveal interesting findings about...
2016 - UNICEF
The rapid expansion of digital technology and increased access to the Internet has transformed young people’s lives worldwide. From poor urban areas in East Africa, to rural communities in South America, to isolated islands in the Pacific -...
2016 - European Commission, Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture
  "School bullying concerns all EU member states. It is an affront to the common values of freedom, tolerance and non-discrimination. Its effects are serious and may be long-term. It is not only a problem for education policy to address. It is also...

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