In celebration of 15 years of 116 111, we must ensure that child helplines are protected through proper resourcing and their recognition as essential services for children.
Between 2018 and 2021, Child Helpline International explored how child helplines could become more accessible for children and young people from marginalised groups within the European Union. These activities were part of our WeListen project, funded by the European Commission’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020) (REC). Read Child Helplines and Inclusive Practices here: By using […]
In order to understand the issues faced by the children and young people who get in touch with child helplines, we survey our members around the world each and every year to gather information about the contacts they receive. Our latest publication spotlights our child helpline members operating in the European Union, and the data […]
When we have the correct information, we can find the best way forward to meet the rights of every child and young person. And how do we ensure we have this correct information? It’s very easy: We listen! Every year, Child Helpline International collects data from its child helpline members and shares it among them, […]