There’s always a lot of things happening on and around World Children’s Day (20 November), and this year has been no exception! Yesterday we strengthened our partnership with Zain, a major telecommunications services company in the Middle East. Zain is a pioneer of mobile telecommunications in the Middle East. Beginning in 1983 in Kuwait, it […]
To mark this year’s World Children’s Day, we have prepared a factsheet based on data from our publication Voices of Children & Young People Around the World: Global Child Helpline Data from 2021. Concerns about family relationships are a large reason why children and young people reach out to child helplines, with around one in […]
We are proud to announce the appointment of Corinne Dettmeijer as Chair of our Supervisory Board.
We’re marking World Mental Health Day by publishing a new factsheet on children and young people’s mental health.
Children & Young People’s Mental Health: a factsheet produced for World Mental Health Day 2022
Our Annual Accounts for the year 2021 are now available. Please click on the link below to read the online versions of these documents. Copies of our full audited accounts are also available upon request. Annual Accounts 2021 Find more resources:
With around 200 delegates, including 64 member child helplines, and after more than 3-and-a-half days of workshops, presentations and side meetings, the 10th International Consultation has come to an end! Together with our members, partners and special guests we’ve shared experiences and learnings, talked about problems (and their solutions!) challenges (and their outcomes!), new developments, […]
The Stockholm Declaration of the 10th International Consultation of Child Helplines was announced at the close of the IC 2022 in Stockholm, Sweden, 2022 on 29 September 2022. The Stockholm Declaration is the statement made on behalf of all members of Child Helpline International, and is signed by the Regional Representatives of the five regions […]
Today marks the opening of the 10th International Consultation of Child Helplines, in Stockholm, Sweden.
Every year, we survey our child helpline members all around the world about the contacts they’ve been receiving from children and young people. Our child helpline members are supporting millions of children, responding to contacts ranging from children who have concerns about their mental health to children who are experiencing violence, neglect or bullying; questions […]