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Joint Statement for European Day for Victims of Crime

Call for updated EU Victims’ laws and the publication of a new Victims Right Directive We are proud to be a signatory to this Joint Statement, issued by Victim Support Europe, standing in solidarity with all victims of crime across Europe: no matter who the victim, no matter where the crime took place, no matter […]

The Stockholm Declaration of the 10th International Consultation of Child Helplines

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 […]

We Stand in Solidarity with Ukraine

We are shocked and devastated by the invasion of Ukraine. Children and young people bear some of the hardest consequences of warfare. War puts them at increased risk of violence, sexual abuse and exploitation. Displacement puts them at risk of being separated from their families and exposure to considerable harm. The situation in which Ukrainian […]

Ensuring Children and Young People’s Voices are heard during Covid-19

Covid-19 continues to impact the lives of millions of children and young people around the globe. Despite lockdown and restrictions in many countries, child helplines have remained operational and many have been able to adjust quickly to the new realities of remote working, providing essential services in challenging times. For many children and young people, child helplines have been – and continue to be – the only point of […]

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