The 19 Campaign themes

  1. Children involved in armed conflict (2012 main theme) 

  2. Sexual abuse

  3. Bullying (2015 main theme)

  4. Neglect

  5. Child labor

  6. Corporal punishment (2011 main theme)

  7. Sale of children (2013 main theme)

  8. Child prostitution (2013 main theme)

  9. Child pornography (2013 main theme)
  10. Child trafficking

  11. Child sex tourism

  12. Harmful traditional practices

  13. Street children

  14. Discrimination based on health conditions

  15. Addiction and substance abuse (2014 main theme)

  16. Malnutrition (2016 main theme) 

  17. Dangers of ICTs

  18. Abduction

  19. Juvenile Justice & Juvenile Death Penalty

 

In 2016, the main theme of the annual 19 Days campaign is “Malnutrition”. The theme and ideas for action are presented in the 2016 Prevention Kit.

In 2015, the main theme of the annual 19 Days campaign is “Bullying”. The theme and ideas for action are presented in the 2015 Prevention Kit.

In 2014, the main theme of the annual 19 Days campaign is “Addiction and substance abuse”. The theme and ideas for action are presented in the 2014 Prevention Kit.

In 2013, the main themes of the annual 19 Days campaign are “Sale of children”, "Child prostitution" and "Child pornography". The theme and ideas for action are presented in the 2013 Prevention Kit.

In 2012, the main theme of the annual 19 Days campaign is “Children involved in armed conflict”. The theme and ideas for action are presented in the 2012 Prevention Kit.

In 2011, the main theme for the campaign was "corporal punishment". To know more about the issue consult the 2011 Prevention Kit. Read the 2011 Global Impact report.