IAC-SOS-Criança: o 116 111 está disponível para todas as crianças

Novembro 24, 2017 às 12:05 pm | Publicado em Divulgação | Deixe um comentário
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“Todas as crianças têm o direito a ser ouvidas e a obter ajuda quando mais precisam, no seu país ou fora dele.

Graças à Comissão Europeia, o 116 111 está disponível para todas as crianças.”

 

Questionário europeu da Child Helpline International sobre as linhas de ajuda para crianças

Junho 30, 2017 às 5:30 pm | Publicado em Divulgação | Deixe um comentário
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A Universidade de Suffolk, no Reino Unido, está a realizar um breve estudo em nome da Child Helpline International, com o objetivo de perceber que conhecimento as pessoas em geral, e as crianças em particular, têm sobre as linhas de ajuda para crianças.

Isto é um pequeno questionário e a sua colaboração é voluntária. Ao participar, irá ajudar a Child Helpline International a melhorar estratégias de sensibilização para estas linhas de ajuda e a prestar melhores serviços às crianças na Europa.

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http://research.dogaru.net/surveys/index.php/658755

 

#116111 – 10th anniversary – One voice, one number

Junho 29, 2017 às 4:19 pm | Publicado em Vídeos | Deixe um comentário
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“Para celebrar o 10º aniversário da diretiva europeia que reserva o  116 111 para as linhas de apoio à infância na Europa, o CHI vai lançar vídeos com histórias de sucesso que dão voz às crianças e que lhes dão o poder de revelar todo o seu potencial, mostrando o impacto positivo que este apoio tem na vida das crianças e jovens.

O vídeo chama-se “One voice, One number”, “Uma voz, Um número”.”

 

The Importance of Child Helplines for Child Protection in Europe

Outubro 29, 2016 às 1:00 pm | Publicado em A criança na comunicação social | Deixe um comentário
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http://www.childhelplineinternational.org/resources/reports/the-importance-of-child-helplines-for-child-protection-in-europe/

Milhões de crianças recorrem a linhas de apoio – Comunicado conjunto da UNICEF e da Child Helpline International

Novembro 21, 2013 às 3:00 pm | Publicado em Divulgação, O IAC na comunicação social | Deixe um comentário
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Milhões de crianças recorrem a linhas de apoio

The Voices of Children and Young People – Relatório da Child Helpline International (CHI)

Novembro 21, 2013 às 2:30 pm | Publicado em Relatório | Deixe um comentário
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NEW YORK, 20 November 2013 – Ten years of data from telephone records, emails, text messages and chats compiled by Child Helpline International (CHI) show that children and young people around the world contact helplines for support with violence and abuse, peer relationships, psycho-social and mental health, and family conflicts.

“The Voices of Children and Young People”, a report released today to mark the 10th anniversary of CHI, a network of 173 child helpline members operating in 141 countries, provides data and analysis drawn from a series of regional studies.

“Child Helplines have been helping children learn how to take control of their own lives and resolve their problems as best they can,” said Nenita La Rose, Executive Director of CHI, “but few of us understand the scale of the challenges children face. What we are presenting today is a sort of social barometer – an eye-opening glimpse into what is really going on in the lives of children and young people.”

The report outlines both the traditional problems children and young people have always faced, and the new challenges in their lives arising from changing social environments.

“Violence robs children of their wellbeing and their hopes for the future. Helplines for children are a critical connection that enable children to be heard and be helped,” said Martin Mogwanja, Deputy Executive Director of UNICEF, which supports helplines in many countries. “That help is literally just one call, one SMS or one email away – responding to the real violence, real threats and real fears of children, in real time.”

Over 4 million children and young people reported to CHI some form of violence, physical, emotional or sexual abuse, and violence in the last decade.  Violence and abuse remains a constant, serious issue in all regions.

“Children exposed to violence often do not know where to go or whom to call to report abuse and seek help and assistance to overcome the trauma they have suffered. For this reason, a priority of my mandate is to promote safe, child-sensitive and accessible mechanisms to support child victims,” said Marta Santos Pais, Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children. “This valuable new report is testimony to the trust children place in helplines and provides a sound reference to support countries in their efforts to build a world where violence against children has no place.

Child helplines received 1 million contacts for help to deal with problems at school. Along with general concerns such as academic problems and performance anxiety, children and adolescents experience violence and abuse committed by their teachers and peers. Bullying is a significant problem globally, the report notes.

Europe (46%) led in the number of contacts to helplines, followed by Asia-Pacific (31%), Africa (14%), Americas and Caribbean (7%), and the Middle East and North Africa (2%). The majority of children who contacted child helplines were between 10 and 18. Most contacts were made over the telephone. However children are increasingly using other means of communications, such as online chat, email and text messaging.

 


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