Awareness of the 116 111 Child Helpline Number

This report presents the findings of an evaluation, investigating the awareness of the European regionally-harmonised child helpline number 116 111 among a number of European institutions and stakeholders, as well as among national stakeholders and general public, separately for adults and young people below 25 years of age, in five European countries: Greece, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and Sweden.

Voices of Children and Young People in Europe: 2016 data

Voices of Children and Young People has been our most important report for many years now, a yearly updated picture of where in the world children and young people are confronted with violence, abuse and mistreatment…

YOUth can do more: Lessons from the Ninth Regional Consultation of Child Helplines in Africa

From 18-20 of September, I attended the Ninth Regional Consultation of Child Helplines in Africa.

Street begging: a major cause of violence against children in Malawi

Nearly half of the world’s population consists of young people, but over 25% are below the age of fourteen¹.

What is the role of child helplines in emergencies?

We have all been horrified by accounts of victims and witnesses to the recent hurricanes in the United States and the Caribbean, and by the terrible floods in South Asia.  Our hearts go out to everyone affected.