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Nom de l'organisation Innocence In Danger Switzerland
Pays où a lieu l’événement Switzerland
Région où a lieu l’événement Europe
Coordonnées de l’événement Switzerland.
Date(s) 19 November
Description des activités AMPLIFY CAMPAIGN: In collaboration with the Amplify platform, IID is launching worldwide the #What About Us campaign to address all the forgotten children and survivors of sexual abuse. We need to include children in all our conversations regarding violence to women and sexual assault.

NORDIC WALKING: On August 4th the IID Nordic Walking Team climbed the Glacier 3000 in Gstaad. The effort and determination to reach the summit were parallel with our commitment to improving the lives and prospects of thousands of children and young adults’ victims of sexual abuse.


SUMMER CAMP: RESILIENCE RETREAT FOR SEXUALLY ABUSED CHILDREN
Each summer IID invites a number of abuse victims, along with one or both of their parents, to attend a resilience retreat, similar to a summer camp, in the Swiss Alps. This year some 25 survivors joined IID’s staff of 15 volunteers (psychologists, mindfulness instructors, art therapists, artists, dance and yoga instructors) for ten days of creative workshops and cultural and activities. The participants, and some enthusiastic parents gathered to learn a new artistic technique in our daily creative study. They were able to experiment with several techniques such as painting, drawing, engraving, mandala, and mask-making. The activities were designed with resilience- building in mind, forging trust, creativity, and healthy exchanges with peers in a judgment-free and safe environment.

BAG2SCHOOL: IID has joined forces with the Bag 2 School fundraising scheme to increase funds for our mission. Bag 2 School helps promote the reuse of clothes & shoes to benefit those who rely on 2nd hand clothes as their sole option for good quality items. As well as raising vitally needed funds for IID and increase awareness, it also benefits the environment by helping to divert unwanted textiles away from landfill and raise awareness amongst the children of the benefits of recycling, reuse, and sharing. The campaign will target in a first step all Roman Canton’s schools.

ONG CONSEIL: In cooperation with ONG Conseil, we are launching until the end of the year, in Geneva district, an awareness-raising campaign targeting face-to-face general public.

BRAIN RESEARCH PROJECT:
IID's daily groundwork with victims of sexual abuse and trafficking allows our constant contact with a great number of survivors. We accompany them for years until they are no longer minors and have learned to cope with life as adults and survivors. Our program has been labeled Therapeutic and Healing by worldwide experts since 2015.
This unique closure with survivors of sexual abuse has been noticed by researchers of epigenetic and brain research on those who suffered sexual abuse and trauma in early childhood. They have contacted us so we can work on the tests together.
One institution is the Brain Mind Institute of the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) of Lausanne, where we have constituted groups of survivors to undergo non- intrusive tests.
This project aims at gaining an in-depth understanding of the bio-behavioral concomitants of stress resilience following specific early life adversity. It will also contribute to characterising potential negative effects of early adversity at the physiological and neurophysiological level. The knowledge developed by this project can help to tailor resilience programs for specific individuals.

ANNUAL BENEFIT DINNER IN GSTAAD: This year’s IID fund-raiser was held in Gstaad on top of the Wasserngrat mountain at the Eagle Ski Club.

COEUR BLEU PROJECT: IID Switzerland and the Coeur Bleu project are about to join forces. This is a project of the Fashion Art Institute (Madrid) developed by the designer Manuel Fernández in collaboration with Apramp (Association for the Prevention, Reintegration, and Attention to Prostituted Women).

FILM PROJECTIONS: IID has started to project several films that explore relevant issues connected with our threefold approach established to safeguard children from sexual abuse: Prevention & Awareness, Resilience, and Research.
Among them features The Tale, an inquiry into one woman’s memories as she is forced to re-examine her first sexual encounter and consider the narratives she created to survive. Screened on the 1st of October at the OHCHR Social Forum at the Palace of Nations in Geneva, IID was part of the event.
Organisations co-sponsors
Personne de contact de la campagne Hanane Zeglama
Site Web http://www.innocenceindanger.ch/en/

Nom de l'organisation Hope For Second Chance (HOSEC)Foundation
Pays où a lieu l’événement Nigeria
Région où a lieu l’événement Africa
Coordonnées de l’événement 18.9km AWARENESS WALK: SANGO-MOKOLA-DUGBE-BODIJA-SAMONDA

HOMES VISIT:
1. Ibadan Remand Juvenile Home, Poly Road, Ibadan
2. Jesus Children Mission Orphnage, New Bodija Ibadan

Date(s) 17 November, 19 November
Description des activités 18.9km AWARENESS WALK:
About 100 participants are expected to converge at Suite 28, Lailad Complex, Sango-Samonda Road, Ibadan.
The 18.9km awareness walk starts with a pep talk on how to identify the signs child sexual abuse and effective response. The Oyo State Honourable Commissioner, Ministry of Women Affairs and Child Welfare declares the walk open.

At strategic stop points, participants will share education materials and sensitize parents and caregivers on child sexual abuse.


HOMES VISIT:
A team of 5 professionals will visit the Ibadan juvenile remand home at poly road, ibadan and also Jesus children orphanage home at new bodija to teach the children in the homes age appropraite sex education.
Organisations co-sponsors 1. Child Protection Network, Oyo State Nigeria
2. National Association of Private Proprietors, Oyo State Nigeria.
3. Alright's Passion
4. Ministry of Women Affairs and Child Welfare, Oyo State Nigeria
Personne de contact de la campagne Mrs. Ibukunoluwa Otesile
Site Web Www. Hosecfoundation.org

Nom de l'organisation Federación de Asociaciones para la Prevención del Maltrato Infantil (FAPMI-ECPAT España)
Pays où a lieu l’événement Spain
Région où a lieu l’événement Europe
Coordonnées de l’événement La campaña se llevará a cabo a nivel estatal con especial incidencia en aquellas comunidades autónomas con presencia de las entidades federadas: Cataluña, Madrid, Andalucía, Castilla y León, Asturias, País Vasco, Cantabria, Islas Baleares, La Rioja.
Date(s) 1 November, 2 November, 3 November, 4 November, 5 November, 6 November, 7 November, 8 November, 9 November, 10 November, 11 November, 12 November, 13 November, 14 November, 15 November, 16 November, 17 November, 18 November, 19 November
Description des activités Las actividades se centrarán en los temas de prostitución infantil, pornografía infantil, trata de niño/as y adolescentes, abuso sexual infantil, turismo sexual infantil e incluirán:
1. Difusión de los materiales de la campaña a través de:
a. Página web de FAPMI
b. Página web de ECPAT España
c. Redes sociales
2. Publicación de boletín informativo sobre el contenido de la campaña. Publicado en las webs de FAPMI y ECPAT España y difundido a través de redes sociales y blogs.
3. Sesión informativa a entidades federadas sobre el contenido de la campaña.
4. Implicación de las entidades federadas en la difusión de los materiales informativos sobre la campaña y participación de las mismas en su difusión a núcleos de interés:
a. Redes sociales de las entidades y blogs
b. Página web de las entidades
c. Eventos en los que participen las entidades, como talleres para niños/as y adolescentes, profesionales y familias
5. Implicación de aquellas entidades del sector turístico español que participan en el programa The Code a través de la difusión de información sobre la campaña y materiales de la misma.
6. Edición, publicación y difusión de materiales informativos y de sensibilización sobre el fenómeno de la Explotación Sexual Infantil en cualquiera de sus manifestaciones dirigidos a la población en general como a colectivos específicos.
Organisations co-sponsors
Personne de contact de la campagne Selma Fernández Vergara
Site Web www.fapmi.es/ www.ecpat-spain.org

Nom de l'organisation Daycare Center "Ishiqli Ev" for Street Children
Pays où a lieu l’événement Azerbaijan
Région où a lieu l’événement Europe
Coordonnées de l’événement Description of Activities 19 Days Campaign Title "Support primary prevention of child abuse and early childhood intervention initiatives focusing on families with children aged 10 -14 years" in Baku
19 Days Campaign Activities
Elect playing facilities at the feeding Centres
Support informal education to the the centre
Provision of Preventive health care

Date(s) 12 November
Description des activités From 14 November 2018 the museum will organize educational workshops with children, covering topics related to children’s rights and the position of children in the World (in connection with the museum collection and exhibits that present the ethnographic heritage of Azerbaijan).

A workshop for children from Daycare Center for Street Children and boarding school who will be organized by the Office Daycare Cente for Street Children, to inform children and they will be actively involved and participate in drafting our recommendations.
Organisations co-sponsors WE no have co sponsoring. Center Women and Modern World will be help will organize events.
Personne de contact de la campagne Sudaba Shiraliyeva
Site Web

Nom de l'organisation Cooperation for Peace and Development (CPD)
Pays où a lieu l’événement Afghanistan
Région où a lieu l’événement Asia
Coordonnées de l’événement Campaign includes online and on-the-ground activities. Online activism is comprised of message development and its dissemination to social media (especially Facebook) users. Physical events include sports matches and other socio-cultural programs.
Date(s) 1 November, 2 November, 3 November, 4 November, 5 November, 6 November, 7 November, 8 November, 9 November, 10 November, 11 November, 12 November, 13 November, 14 November, 15 November, 16 November, 17 November, 18 November, 19 November
Description des activités CPD's planned online activities for 2018 campaign:

(1) Resource sourcing and literature review;
(2) Development of messages based on results of sourcing and review in three languages (English, Pashto and Dari);
(3) E-campaign via social media;

Physical activities:

(4) Girl volleyball tournament comprised of around 28 matches with launching and closing ceremonies (organized in October 2018 in the pre-campaign phase ensuring sustainability of action).
(5) Girl basketball tournament with launching and closing ceremonies.
Organisations co-sponsors AmplifyChange / MannionDaniels
GlobalGiving
CPD
Personne de contact de la campagne Abdul Sami Zhman
Site Web www.facebook.com/cpdafg1/

Nom de l'organisation Association for Social Solidarity and Empowerment Training Trust
Pays où a lieu l’événement India
Région où a lieu l’événement Asia
Coordonnées de l’événement Nilaiyur village, Madurai District, Tamil Nadu India
Date(s) 1 November, 2 November, 3 November, 4 November, 5 November, 6 November, 7 November, 8 November, 9 November, 10 November, 11 November, 12 November, 13 November, 14 November, 15 November, 16 November, 17 November, 18 November, 19 November
Description des activités 19 Days Campaign Title "Support primary prevention of child abuse and early childhood intervention initiatives focusing on families with children aged 0 – 6 years" Madurai District, Tamil Nadu India

Aim : provide a community development initiative where orphaned children, especially in the marginalized communities are free from abuse, poverty, ignorance and discrimination and where they can enjoy equal opportunities just like the other children.

Objective and Activities :
To prevent child abuse and vulnerability of orphaned children.
To prevent HIV/AIDS prevalence in children
To promote equal learning opportunities for girl and boy child.
To establish a safety net to reduce stigmatisation
To promote community based campaign support to OVCs.
19 Days Campaign Activities
Elect playing facilities at the feeding Centres
Support informal education to the OVCs at the centre
Provision of Preventive health care

Justification of Campaign :
Families where they face discrimination and all forms of child abuse in Madurai especially Madurai District level villages . In most cases they are isolated from other children in the families and they are denied all the existing opportunities to enjoy just like the other children.The orphans suffer a second loss when they are divided among their relatives in the family to take care of them and this explains why majority of children opt to stay alone in the child-headed families, The majority of street children are still in contact with their families and/or extended families. Many of them work on the streets in order to contribute to their family’s income. Those who run away often do so because of physical, psychological and/or sexual violence or abuse at home. Family breakdown is also common in the case of re-marriage and problems with step-parents.
The orphaned children tend to run to the streets trying to escape from the cruellity they face from the discriminative society where they become more vulnerable and engage in drug abuse (glue sniffing), begging, child prostitution and other forms of child delinquency behaviour.
Importantly, many projects try to reunify street children with their families. However, this is a complex and frustrating task that requires much specialized counselling to address the root causes why the child ran away in the first place. Unfortunately, in many cases, reunification with the family fails, or is not in the best interests of the child.
ANTICIPATED RESULTS OF 19 DAYS CAMPAIGN :
At the end of the 19 Days Campaign there would be over 6,400 households with over 10,418 people to benefit direct with,
Over 350 orphaned children delivered from elements of poverty and intra-house poverty.
90% of abused children delivered from irresponsible house hold heads.
85% of population access economic opportunities and social services for the poor.
Secure and caring environment for the proper growth and development of vulnerable children.



Organisations co-sponsors CRESA NGO
SACRED NGO
Personne de contact de la campagne Krishna Amirthalingam
Site Web nil

Nom de l'organisation Innocence en Danger
Pays où a lieu l’événement France
Région où a lieu l’événement Europe
Coordonnées de l’événement Théâtre du Gymnase - Marie Bell -
38 Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle
75010 PARIS
Date(s) 19 November
Description des activités Tony, Marina, Maelys… tant d’histoires d’enfants maltraités, abusés, morts. "Innocence forever", une soirée pour leurs rendre hommage, organisée par l’association Innocence en danger. Un rendez-vous exceptionnel à ne pas rater, le 26 novembre au théâtre du Gymnase où artistes, chanteurs, comédiens mettront leur talents et leur notoriété au service de cette cause, parmi eux Michel Jonasz, Grand corps malade, Brigitte, Abdel Malik, Michel Boujenah... Témoignages, sketchs, chansons, images exprimeront la voix de ces enfants trop souvent oubliés.

Venez nombreux à cette soirée et vous serez touchés en pensant vos propres enfants !


http://www.theatredugymnase.com/spectacle-2249

Organisations co-sponsors
Personne de contact de la campagne Homayra Sellier
Site Web http://www.innocenceendanger.org/

Nom de l'organisation Ombudsman for Children
Pays où a lieu l’événement Croatia
Région où a lieu l’événement Europe
Coordonnées de l’événement As described under Description of Activities
Date(s) 19 November
Description des activités The Ombudsman for Children will organize a series of activities that focus on many of the 19 campaign themes. These activities will gather many participants from different institutions and children and will receive media coverage.
- public announcement about the annual campaign “19 Days of activism for prevention of abuse and violence against children and youth 1-19 November 2018” on our website www.dijete.hr,
- on 7 November 2018 in the Croatian Parliament a session on the protection of child’s mental health will be organized by the Ombudsman for Children,
- on 14 November 2018 the Ombudsman for Children will organize a workshop for psychologists and other expert assistants in schools in Sisak-Moslovina County in Croatia, on the rights of children whose parents are imprisoned, as a group of children in vulnerable situation,
- on 15 November 2018 the Ombudsman for Children will organize a meeting with the Central State Office for Sport, that will cover a range of topics related to the child protection and safeguarding in sport, with regard to our recommendations and achievements since 2008,

20 November 2018 – Universal Child Rights Day – the Ombudsman for Children will organize an exhibition of selected children’s art works produced within the project “I know and I respect children’s rights” from 2014 to 2018, at the Ethnographic Museum in Zagreb.
From 21 November to 9 December 2018 the museum will organize educational workshops with children, covering topics related to children’s rights and the position of children in the World (in connection with the museum collection and exhibits that present the ethnographic heritage of Croatia).
As the Institution of the Ombudsman for Children in Croatia marks its 15th anniversary in 2018, the Ombudsman for Children will organize a discussion on 21 or 23 November 2018, where results of the research “Participation of Children in the Educational System” will be presented, with participation of relevant stakeholders and children - members of the Network of Young Advisors to the Ombudsman for Children and representatives of other models of children’s participation.
A workshop for children from schools who participated in the research will be organized by the Office of the Ombudsman for Children, to inform children about the results of the research, and they will be actively involved and participate in drafting our recommendations.
- 29 November 2018 – activities within the Sexual Violence – Educational and Prevention Program (SVEP Program) – funded by the EU

Through the public announcement of these activities we will raise awareness and inform the general public and the media about 2018 Global Campaign and our activities and participation in the campaign.
All the events will receive media coverage. We can estimate than a large number of children and adults will be reached by these activities, including participants in all the events and a larger public via media releases and our website.

Organisations co-sponsors Participation of the Network of Young Advisors to the Ombudsman for Children of the Republic of Croatia (NYA)
Personne de contact de la campagne Danijela Žagar
Site Web www.dijete.hr

Nom de l'organisation Asset Trust (Association for Social Solidarity and Empowerment Training Trust)
Pays où a lieu l’événement India
Région où a lieu l’événement Asia
Coordonnées de l’événement Nilaiyur and sorrounding village in Madurai District Tamil Nadu India
Date(s) 19 November
Description des activités EVENT TITLE "COMMUNITY BASED AWARENESS PROMOTION SUPPORT SERVICES IN PRIMARY PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE AND EARLY INTERVENTION INITIATIVES"

PURPOSE OF THE 19 days November campaign:
To support primary prevention of child abuse and early childhood intervention initiatives focusing on families with children aged 0 – 6 years
Aims to provide a community development initiative where orphaned children, especially in the marginalized communities are free from abuse, poverty, ignorance and discrimination and where they can enjoy equal opportunities just like the other children.
OBJECTIVES OF THE EVENT
1.To prevent child abuse and vulnerability of orphaned children.
2.To prevent HIV/AIDS prevalence in children
3.To promote equal learning opportunities for girl and boy child.
4.To establish a safety net to reduce stigmatisation
5.To promote community based support to OVCs.
EVENT ACTIVITIES
•Support day care services at the feeding Centres
•Elect playing facilities at the feeding Centres
•Support informal education to the OVCs at the centres
•Provision of Preventive health care
ANTICIPATED RESULTS
1.Over 350 orphaned children delivered from elements of poverty and intra-house poverty.
2.90% of abused children delivered from irresponsible house hold heads.
3.85% of population access economic opportunities and social services for the poor.
4.Secure and caring environment for the proper growth and development of vulnerable children.


Organisations co-sponsors CRESA (NGO) SACRED (NGO) Women self help groups from Nilaiyur village, Women hand loom weavers Association
Personne de contact de la campagne Krishna Amirthalingam
Site Web nil

Nom de l'organisation Taia Development Programme (TDP)
Pays où a lieu l’événement Sierra Leone
Région où a lieu l’événement Africa
Coordonnées de l’événement Taiama, Kori Chiefdom, Moyamba district, Sierra Leone
Date(s) 7 November
Description des activités Outreach awareness raising campaign in the Taiama Secondary school on the prevention of child abuse and violence against children/youths.
The activities will target students and teachers of the Taiama Secondary school.
Organisations co-sponsors Non state Actors Secretariat (NSA).
Personne de contact de la campagne Harding Mac-Boima
Site Web NIL

Nom de l'organisation
Pays où a lieu l’événement Kenya
Région où a lieu l’événement Africa
Coordonnées de l’événement Global online event with a focus on Kenya
Date(s) 1 November, 2 November, 3 November, 4 November, 5 November, 6 November, 7 November, 8 November, 9 November, 10 November, 11 November, 12 November, 13 November, 14 November, 15 November, 16 November, 17 November, 18 November, 19 November
Description des activités Global online social media campaign highlighting that female genital mutilation (FGM) is not a religious practice through the use of slides, blogs, stories, etc. Social media support of in-country campaigns from grass-roots organisations on this theme, particularly in Kenya.
Organisations co-sponsors
Personne de contact de la campagne Emma Lightowlers
Site Web www.28toomany.org

Nom de l'organisation Udisha, Society for Education, Employment & Sustainable Development
Pays où a lieu l’événement India
Région où a lieu l’événement Asia
Coordonnées de l’événement Udisha plans events in Delhi, the capital city of India and six-seven adjoining states like Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh etc.
Date(s) 2 November, 3 November, 17 November
Description des activités 1. Rally/ Walk for sensitizing the children/parents and public at large about protection of child rights and prevention of child abuse
2. Lecture Series/ Interactive Talk on the provisions of Protection of Children from Sexual Offenders Act (POCSO Act)
3. Lecture-cum-Demonstration on Self Defence Techniques
Organisations co-sponsors 1. National Commission for Protection of Child Rights
2. Women & Child Development Department, Govt. of Delhi
3. Bhagidari Jan Sahyog Samiti
4. Gyan Bharti Shiksha Samiti
5. Ganga Sewa Sanstha
Personne de contact de la campagne Rakesh Gaur
Site Web www.udisha.org

Nom de l'organisation Fundación Una Brisa de Esperanza - FUBE
Pays où a lieu l’événement Bolivia
Région où a lieu l’événement South America
Coordonnées de l’événement Cercado - Cochabamba
Date(s) 19 November
Description des activités Conferencia de prensa, feria informativa de sensibilización sobre la temática de violencia sexual.
Organisations co-sponsors Breeze of hope.
Personne de contact de la campagne Mgr. Paola Verónica Roque Mercado
Site Web https://www.facebook.com/CUBE-Centro-Una-Brisa-de-Esperanza-286537738137016/

Nom de l'organisation The Smile of the Child
Pays où a lieu l’événement Greece
Région où a lieu l’événement Europe
Coordonnées de l’événement Activities will take place at national level all across the country and more specifically in the cities of Athens, Thessaloniki, Patras, Kavala, Heraclion, Chania, Chalkida and Larisa.
Date(s) 1 November, 2 November, 3 November, 4 November, 5 November, 6 November, 7 November, 8 November, 9 November, 10 November, 11 November, 12 November, 13 November, 14 November, 15 November, 16 November, 17 November, 18 November, 19 November
Description des activités “The Smile of the Child” will take part in the WWSF initiative of 19 Days of Campaign uniting its forces against the abuse and violence of children with the global partners being part of this campaign.

On the occasion of the 19th November, World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse, commemorated in synergy with the Universal Children’s Day, on the 20th of November, “The Smile of the Child” will organize a number of national activities with the goal to inform and raise awareness on the serious issue of child abuse among students, parents, teachers and the general public as well as on the actions of the Greek Organization for the protection of abused children on the levels of direct intervention, prevention and provision of a safe living environment for these children.

Activities will include media campaigns and web-online advocacy, press announcements, participation to public events, awareness-raising activities and preventative interactive sessions for school communities nationwide.

In the context of the close cooperation of the Organization with The Council of Europe and its commitment to serve the fundamental values and principles of the international institution for the protection of all children “The Smile of the Child” will support this year's European Day on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse on the 18th of November, which is focused on the scourge of sexual abuse and harassment in sports.

Organisations co-sponsors
Personne de contact de la campagne Panos Pardalis
Site Web

Nom de l'organisation NETWORK MOVEMENT FOR YOUTH AND CHILDRENS WELFARE-SIERRA LEONE (NMYCW-SL)
Pays où a lieu l’événement Sierra Leone
Région où a lieu l’événement Africa
Coordonnées de l’événement This project will be implemented in Ten (10) selected communities in the western area – Rural communities are Waterloo,Tombo,Deep eye water, Fire Mambo and Goderich Funkia and Urban communities are: King jimmy, Congo town, magazine, PMB Wellington and Marbella
We refer to western area of the capital city of Freetown and the enactments communities
Date(s) 1 November, 7 November, 10 November, 14 November, 19 November
Description des activités Background: last year November, 2017 was the 7th edition of the WWSF campaign “19 Days of Activism for the prevention of violence against children and youth 1-19 November 2017”one of our three annual initiatives of the woman world summit foundation, we are more than happy to be one of the award winners and proud to informed our partners that we received the award price of $1000 from WWSF in Geneva through our local Bank here in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

What is the 19 Days Prevention Campaign? It is a multi-issue CALL TO ORGANIZE FOR ACTION to change social behavior, educate, and mobilize diverse organizations and civil society partners – including young people – to become involved in prevention of one or more of the 19 abuse themes listed below. To help create a culture for better prevention, the end of violence against children and youth, support implementation of the UN Study recommendations, and last but not least to reach the promised 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, we must unite in collaborative action.

What are the 19 Campaign Themes?
Although other forms of abuse and violence exist, WWSF has selected the following 19 themes with the main theme for 2018 on ending Corporal punishment

6 March 2018 Special Representative of the UN Secretary General on Violence against Children,
Marta Santos Pais made some Remarks she was very thankful and uplifted that so many delegations recognized the critical importance of preventing all forms of violence against children.

«The first 1,000 days of a child were decisive and defined the way and their future. When they benefited from a very loving and caring family environment, they could become the happiest human beings. But when abuse, neglect, corporal punishment and ill-treatment happened in early years, they would not have confidence to share their stories, and even less, to seek help. They would have health problems, and would often become recruited in criminal activities, not even realizing that what they were doing was wrong.
«When societies did not invest in early childhood programs, countries could lose up to twice of their health and education investment. As such, this was also an economic argument, and the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 4, was a prerequisite in order to achieve the best and highest quality education.
«The Special Representative urged States to undertake three important measures.

Firstly, to convey a very clear message to society that it was unacceptable to use disciplinary or punishment measures against children. Unfortunately, 300 million children in the world (approximately one of every four children) suffered violence in early life.

Second, to create conditions for supporting parents to stimulate their children, be it at home, to not be stressed.

Third, cross-sectoral cooperation between different levels of government as well as civil society had to be promoted.

In 2015, the 193 UN Member States adopted and launched a new set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the UN General Assembly (25-27 September) in New York. The SDGs are key in creating on an international scale a new context for a more sustainable world. This Agenda is a plan of action for people, planet and prosperity. It also seeks to strengthen universal peace in larger freedom. All countries and all stakeholders, acting in collaborative partnership, will implement this Agenda. The 17 Sustainable Development Goals and 169 targets demonstrate the scale and ambition of this new universal Plan. They build on the Millennium Development Goals and complete what was not achieved. They seek to realize the human rights of all and achieve gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls. They are integrated and indivisible and balance the three dimensions of sustainable development: the economic, social and environmental. SDG Goal 16.2: End abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence against and torture of children and other relevant SDG Goals and Targets



Local Context: several attempts has been made to address the issue of trafficking, child labor and street children within the western area by the local government through bye laws, Non-governmental organization focusing on child protection also collaborated with state institutions to minimize these abuses. The success is under mined by several factors such as the causes of the post-civil war, Ebola crises and the recent Flooding/Mudslide in the western area.
Many of the street children who have run away from home have done so because they were beaten or sexually abused. Tragically, the main causes of street children are homelessness and poverty that can lead to further abuse through exploitative, child labor, prostitution and involvement of intake of alcohol/drugs.
Not only does abuse rob runaway children of their material security, but it also leaves them emotionally scarred. Many of the abused children in Sierra Leone encounters traumatized and some refuse to speak for months. To aggravate matters, children often feel guilty and blame themselves for their mistreatment. Such damage can take years to recover from in even the most loving of environments; on the streets it may never heal.
JUSTIFICATION: The National Head Count of Street Children in Sierra Leone took place between 19 September and 26 November 2011 seven year from now. Trained Street Workers from a cross section of the country’s child protection agencies counted in 17 towns and cities nationwide, including the capital city of Freetown. The exercise identified nearly 50,000 vulnerable children living and working on the streets of Sierra Leone. Since the end of the war in 2001 as pronounce by the government of Sierra Leone homes have been broken which led to the following effect on children’s:
a. Random collection of Scrap metal more especially at dumpsites
b. Plastic/other solid waste collection in drainages
c. Domestic trading such as fire woods, cha-coal, cold water. etc
d. Trafficking of orphan children, especially girls to be used for street trading

OVERVIEW: This project is designed to advocate against the use of children as laborers and to discourage children living in the street.
The project will also enhance the efficiency and effective involvement of stake holders in addressing child abuse especially Child Labor/Street Children in urban and rural setting through stakeholders dialogue, community site visit and mass media campaign.
GOAL: To END the abuse of children as child labourers and to discourage children from living in the street for survival.
If children are engage with a focus of helping them understand their present situation, dialogue with them as to move from the street and starts home life.
These children’s will likely go home and starts schooling, be an ambassador to their peers. Parent who are involved in misusing children as child laborers will be afraid and disease from such behaviors.
This goal is align with the SDG’s 16.2 and our government priority to free education for all children attending government and community schools.(Government approves schools)
Targeted beneficiaries
 Street Children
 Children involve in Labour activities for survival
 Those children that are trafficked in urban area for street trading
 Child rights and community stakeholders
 Non State actors and the media practitioners
OBJECTIVES AND ACTIVITIES

Under this initiative activities will contribute to supporting the UN- SDG’s and the Country strategic goals of all children to attend school:
Objective 1: To promote the rights of the child through mass media communication, produce Jingle for long time campaign. To be played on National and community radio plus social media.
Objective 2: we bring the mass media and Non – State actors to celebrate the 2017 Award through Sport (Football Friendly march between Sierra Leone Association of Journalist and the civil society organizations especially the Child Rights Campaigner)
Objective 3: we trained and deploy community child monitors in 10 selected communities within the western area
Objective 4: Bring together 50 stake holders to a dialogue forum and discuss the reports from the field engagement and develop communiqué.
Objective 5: Engage mass media houses to great the platform for open discussion on the issue of addressing child abuse especially Child Labor/Street Children

Activities:
I. 19th days jingle launch. (1min) and production of campaign materials (Posters & Banners)
II. Celebration of 2017 19th days activism award with football gala (bring civil society Vs the media practitioners)
III. Site visit to engage children involve in labor and those living in the street- targeting western area
IV. Stakeholders dialogue forum to discuss the site visit reports and comes up with communiqué for Government, Parents and to the victim (children’s)
V. Two radio discussion programmes (one each at the western urban and rural ) with three panellist

Expected Outputs are;
1) Production of one (1) minute jingle and IEC materials
2) Jingle promotion on several social media forum worldwide
3) Football march organized and get full media coverage with statement towards the launch of the 19th days activism campaign
4) Site visit field reports collated and presented for Discussion
5) Stake holders meet and discussed the reports and end up producing communiqué
6) The mass media properly engaged to educates the citizenry and feedback collated for reporting as part of the way forward
Duration:
The initiative will be undertaken within a month period after the official signing of the Partnership Agreement between NMYCW-SL and Partner.
Partnership:
This is a joint initiative partnership between the selective partners from our last three years events ( 19th days activism on the prevention of abuse against children/youth) which we be drawn from State actors, Non –State actors working on child protection, community base organization/activist and the local journalist. Also the network will collaborates with the line ministry’s responsible for children and women welfare
Project Coordination: The above organization (NMYCW-SL) will implement in partnership with likeminded organization whose mission is in line with our theme for this year or in line with our objectives/Goal for this year campaign.
The organization will take full responsibilities towards the implementation of all activities and reports to the funding institution, local partners and our coalition headquarters in Geneva.



MONITORING AND EVALUATION
To ensure effectiveness of the project, a monitoring and evaluation system shall be instituted with a three man committee with an internal check list to Monitoring events and Expenditure as directed by the concept paper and the contract sign by the funder/understanding by any partner or partners.

The organization will also welcome suggestions to help ensure accountability and transparency and minimize the risk.



Organisations co-sponsors We are still in discussions with our local partners; This year 19th days of activism (1-19th /11/2018 ) we are expecting supports from Action Aid –Sierra Leone, Youth and Child Advocacy Network, National Youth Commission, Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and children’s Affairs, Christian Aid-SL,NMYCW-SL, Funds received from 2017 awards.etc
Personne de contact de la campagne Mr. Hajie Bah
Site Web nmycwsl.weebly.com

Nom de l'organisation Navjyoti India Foundation
Pays où a lieu l’événement India
Région où a lieu l’événement Asia
Coordonnées de l’événement Naya Gaon, Dhumaspur Road, near Bhondsi Jail,
Sohna Block, Gurgaon, Haryana - 122102, India
Date(s) 1 November, 2 November, 3 November, 4 November, 5 November, 6 November, 7 November, 8 November, 9 November, 10 November, 11 November, 12 November, 13 November, 14 November, 15 November, 16 November, 17 November, 18 November, 19 November
Description des activités 1) 1 November (Thursday) Introduction and launch of 19 days - Activism for prevention of violence and abuse against children and youth
2) 2 November (Friday) Awareness about 'Bad touch and good touch - Sexual abuse' -Activism for prevention of violence and abuse against children and youth
3) 3 November (Saturday) Children to identify cases of children who have faced violence and abuse in the community
4) 4 November (Sunday) Children to identify cases of children who have faced violence and abuse in the community
5) 5 November (Monday) Awareness session by A/V show, Activism for prevention of violence and abuse against children and youth
6) 6 November (Tuesday) Group discussion on children facing neglect
7) 7 November (Wednesday) Children to identify harmful traditional practices
8) 8 November (Thursday) Drawing/Slogan Competition Activism for prevention of violence and abuse against children and youth
9) 9 November (Friday) Role play on bullying
10) 10 November (Saturday) Exposure visit to home of children who are physically and mentally challenged
11) 11 November (Sunday) Awareness by children in their community on prevention of violence against children
12) 12 November (Monday) Importance of meditation in prevention of violence and abuse against children and youth
13) 13 November (Tuesday) Quiz competition on prevention of violence and abuse against children and youth
14) 14 November (Wednesday) Fancy dress on prevention of violence and abuse against children and youth
15) 15 November (Thursday) Work shop on Activism for prevention of violence and abuse against children and youth
16) 16 November (Friday) Work shop on Activism for prevention of violence and abuse against children and youth
17) 17 November (Saturday) Awareness by children in their community on prevention of violence against children
18) 18 November (Sunday) Awareness by children in their community on prevention of violence against children
19) 19 November (Monday) Presentation by children on activities done
Organisations co-sponsors
Personne de contact de la campagne Ms. Chandni Bedi
Site Web www.navjyoti.org.in

Nom de l'organisation FICE ROMANIA
Pays où a lieu l’événement Romania
Région où a lieu l’événement Europe
Coordonnées de l’événement In August 2018, FICE Romania a
sent across the country the association call to
campaign and made, at national level,FICE Romania sent the call for association to the campaign
throughout the country, and collaborated with
the Ministry of National Education, the
Ministry of Labour and Social Justice, the
Ministry of Internal Affairs, the National
Anti-Drug Agency, the National Anti-Aging
Agency Trafficking in Persons, Ministry of
Health and at regional and local level, with
their decentralized structures (school
inspectorates, general directions of social
assistance and child protection, public health
directorates, police inspectorates, county
centers for antidrug assessment and
counselling, regional centers anti-trafficking etc.) as well as with other NGOs
Date(s) 1 November, 2 November, 3 November, 4 November, 5 November, 6 November, 7 November, 8 November, 9 November, 10 November, 11 November, 12 November, 13 November, 14 November, 15 November, 16 November, 17 November, 18 November, 19 November
Description des activités -creating circles of compassion at the local level
-direct activities with and from children in kindergartens and participating schools
-meetings with specialists (policemen, doctors, psychologists, priests, etc.)
-meetings with parents or grandparents and relatives of children (in situations where parents are going to work abroad).
-workshops, roundtables, debates, participation in local, regional and national TV station broadcasts
-forum theater sessions
-films made by students
-puppet theater (puppets)
-take a volume of examples of good practice
Organisations co-sponsors
Personne de contact de la campagne MARES TOMA and SIMION EUGEN
Site Web www.ficeromania.wixsite.com/ficeromania

Nom de l'organisation FICE Romania
Pays où a lieu l’événement Romania
Région où a lieu l’événement Europe
Coordonnées de l’événement The campaign will take place all over Romania, especially in schools, children's clubs, children's homes. We will conclude collaborative protocols with approximately 500 schools, with central institutions in areas of healthy behavior among children (Ministry of National Education, Ministry of Health, National Anti-drug Agency, National Agency Against Human Trafficking, Romanian Police, Association of Communes in Romania ) as well as with regional and local institutions.
Date(s) 1 November, 2 November, 3 November, 4 November, 5 November, 6 November, 7 November, 8 November, 9 November, 10 November, 11 November, 12 November, 13 November, 14 November, 15 November, 16 November, 17 November, 18 November, 19 November
Description des activités Proposed activities in the order in which they will take place:
- informing the Ministry of National Education, the county school inspectorates, the education units, the General Directorates for Social Assistance and Child Protection, the NGOs, parents' associations, etc. about the project;
- the logistics of the campaign;
- organizing round tables, workshops, meetings between specialists, teachers, pupils and parents, at local, county and / or regional level, to methodologically prepare the campaign;
- organizing the local / schooling stages of the campaign activities;
- Drawing up and sending to the project team (campaign coordination) the activity reports drawn up by the participating school units;
- transmission of certificates / participation certificates;
- drawing up the country report of the project Prevention of abuses and violence against children and young people;
- submitting the national report to the Women's World Summit Fundation for the overall report;
-dissemination of results

Organisations co-sponsors In this campaign, FICE Romania will have as partners the Romanian Senate, the National Authority for the Protection of Children's Rights, other central and local authorities. FICE Romania will also invite volunteers specializing in children's education, teachers and educators, psychologists, social workers, sociologists, policemen, doctors, etc.

Personne de contact de la campagne Eugen Simion
Site Web

Nom de l'organisation Verein Hol dir Hilfe!
Pays où a lieu l’événement Switzerland
Région où a lieu l’événement Europe
Coordonnées de l’événement 4127 Birsfelden, Switzerland
Date(s) 3 November
Description des activités Empathy Circle "Words have effects"
A compassionate exchange on terms such as child abuse and other terms, words related to abuse and violence against children and adolescents. Afterwards aperitif.
Goal: To be more conscious of the energetic effect of language and to exchange about the effect of words
Date: Saturday 3rd November 2018
Duration: 15:00 to 17:00
Organisations co-sponsors
Personne de contact de la campagne Sylvia C. Trächslin, President
Site Web www.holdirhilfe.org

Nom de l'organisation Verein Hol dir Hilfe!
Pays où a lieu l’événement Switzerland
Région où a lieu l’événement Europe
Coordonnées de l’événement In front of the Münster/cathedral of Basel (canton Basel-Stadt)
Date(s) 3 November
Description des activités Publicity campaign with balloons with the inscription «My, your, our dignity» as well with business cards of Hol dir Hilfe! on a ribbon.

Goals: To pay attention to the problem and the consequences of violence in any form against children and adolescents, as well as the importance and the right to seek help.
Announcement of the info and triage websites www.holdirhilfe.ch as well as www.holdirhilfe.org, and of the WWSF with its campaigns.
Organisations co-sponsors
Personne de contact de la campagne Sylvia C. Trächslin
Site Web www.holdirhilfe.org
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