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Recommendations for the implementation of the EU Anti-Trafficking Directive

Turning children's rights commitment to good practices

Together with our partners Child Helpline International is offering a series of recommendations for the implementation of the European Union’s Anti-Trafficking Directive. As civil society organizations with decades of experience at national, EU and international levels in promoting and defending children’s rights, we welcome the introduction of child, disability and gender rights in the Directive. […]

Gibraltar: Childline Gibraltar

Childline Gibraltar offers a free child helpline service that children and young people can contact every day of the year.   Childline Gibraltar started in 2006, building on the principles and experiences gained by the NSPCC and Childline in the UK. Childline Gibraltar continues to develop and expand their services throughout schools and the community. […]

Montenegro: National Child Helpline

Free anonymous counselling telephone for children and young people in Montenegro. A confidential consultation is available every day, from 0 to 24 hours by phone 116 111. Services The National Child Helpline of Montenegro offers: Phone Operating Information The National Child Helpline of Montenegro provides service in: Montenegrin (Serbian, Bosnian, Croatian) Opening hours are: 24/7 […]

430 contacts. Every hour. Every day.

Global Child Helpline Data from 2022

Child helplines support millions of children every year. They respond to issues ranging from serious children’s rights violations, to children who just want someone to chat to on the way home from school. Child helplines provide an easily accessible, confidential system that allows children themselves to tell a counsellor what is going on in their […]

Child sexual abuse survivors urge tech companies to act now to protect children

A landmark letter, signed by 104 survivors and civil society organisations across 24 countries, compels tech bosses to take responsibility for the safety of their products, including end-to-end encrypted services

A global coalition of more than 100 sexual abuse survivors, families and child safety experts have demanded tech companies act now to make sure their platforms are safe for children. Published by the NSPCC, one of our members in the United Kingdom, the letter to tech bosses has been spearheaded by a survivor who was […]

Draft Resolution to Prevent and Combat Child Sexual Abuse

Letter of Support

Child Helpline International is a signatory to a letter addressed to Members of the European Parliament and Representatives of Member States in the Council of the European Union, in support of the proposal for a Regulation currently being considered by the EU to prevent and combat child sexual abuse. Major parts of the Regulation seek […]

Annual Review / Annual Accounts 2022

Our Annual Review and Annual Accounts for the year 2022 are now available. Please click on the link below to read and/or download the online versions of these documents. Copies of our full audited accounts are also available upon request. Annual Review/Annual Accounts 2022

Voices of Children & Young People Affected by the War in Ukraine

To influence policymaking through reliable evidence, we collected monthly data on the nature and volume of contacts received by child helplines in the region. This data allowed us to gain insights into the challenges faced by Ukrainian refugees and their families, as well as local children. In this report, we delve into the demographic characteristics […]

Every Second Counts

European-wide petition demands the EU tackles child abuse on the internet and makes the internet safe for children everywhere On International Children’s Day and the United Nations International Day of the Parent, a coalition of child abuse survivor groups, child protection organisations and parents associations are coming together to demand the EU leaders protect children […]