Exploração sexual, tráfico e abuso ameaçam a vida das crianças nos campos de Calais e Dunquerque

Julho 18, 2016 às 8:00 pm | Publicado em Relatório | Deixe um comentário
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Comunicado de Imprensa da Unicef Portugal de 16 de junho de 2016.

Exploração sexual, tráfico e abuso ameaçam  a vida das crianças nos campos de Calais e Dunquerque

Nos campos do Norte de França, as crianças são diariamente confrontadas com exploração sexual, violência e trabalhos forçados, segundo um novo estudo da UNICEF França e da UNICEF Reino Unido

PARIS, 16 de Junho de 2016 – Os testemunhos das crianças traçam um quadro de abusos e tragédia, com casos de escravatura para pagamento de dívidas e de actividades criminosas forçadas, tais como colaborar com os traficantes nos terminais dos ferries. A violência sexual é uma ameaça constante, incluindo a exploração e a violação de rapazes, bem como a violação e prostituição a que as raparigas são forçadas. Entrevistas feitas a jovens do sexo feminino identificaram práticas de troca de serviços sexuais pela promessa de passagem para o Reino Unido ou para acelerar a sua viagem.

ler todo o Comunicado de Imprensa no link:

http://www.unicef.pt/18/site_pr_unicef-criancas_em_calais_e_dunquerque_2016_06_16.pdf

nidescarregar o relatório Ni sains, ni saufs, une enquête sociologique sur les enfants non accompagnés sur le littoral du Nord et de la Manche no link:

https://www.unicef.fr/contenu/espace-medias/ni-sains-ni-saufs-enquete-sur-les-mineurs-non-accompagnes-dans-le-nord-de-la-france

Children in danger : act to end violence against children – novo relatório da Unicef UK

Novembro 5, 2014 às 1:00 pm | Publicado em Relatório | Deixe um comentário
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Every five minutes a child dies as the result of violence, according to a ground-breaking report from Unicef UK.

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The report reveals that the vast majority of children are killed outside warzones and that physical, sexual and emotional abuse is widespread with millions of children unsafe in their homes, schools and communities. Some 345 children could die from violence each day in the next year, unless governments act.

The report also finds that:

  • Children who are victims of violence have brain activity similar to soldiers exposed to combat.
  • A third of children who are victims of violence are likely to develop long-lasting symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.
  • Those living in poverty are more likely to be victims of violence, wherever they live in the world.
  • Over 7% of child deaths due to violence each day are the result of interpersonal violence, rather than conflict.

In the foreword to the report, Baroness Doreen Lawrence, a long term campaigner for justice in the UK, writes:

“This epidemic of violence against children feeds off silence. It grows when we soundlessly accept that this is just the way things are. Every five minutes, somewhere across the globe, a family loses a son or daughter to violence. This is intolerable – it must stop.”

Governments are currently negotiating a new set of global development targets, as the current Millennium Development Goals will expire in 2015. Unicef UK is calling for these new goals to include a target to end violence against children everywhere.

 

A vaccine for violence – Vídeo da Unicef Uk

Novembro 5, 2014 às 12:00 pm | Publicado em Vídeos | Deixe um comentário
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The world is a dangerous place for children. Act now: http://www.unicef.org.uk/violence Across the world, children are facing an epidemic of violence. In war zones, on the streets of violent cities, but also, shockingly, in their own homes and schools. From babies to teenagers, they’re beaten, raped, even murdered. UNICEF vaccinates over a third of the world’s children. But there is no vaccine for violence. And there never will be. Add your name to our Children in Danger campaign and help end violence against children for good. Act now: http://www.unicef.org.uk/violence

The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: a study of legal implementation in 12 countries

Dezembro 18, 2012 às 1:00 pm | Publicado em Estudos sobre a Criança, Relatório | Deixe um comentário
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To mark the 21st anniversary of UK ratification of the UN Convention on the Right of the Child on 16 December, we’ve commissioned a team from Queen’s University Belfast to examine and identify lessons from the implementation of the CRC in other countries.

This report looks at the implementation of the CRC in countries beyond the UK, compiling evidence on the most effective, practical and impactful ways of embedding children’s rights into domestic law and policy development processes.

The 12 countries were chosen to demonstrate the variety of ways in which different countries have chosen to legislate for children’s rights and to implement the different articles of the Convention. It provides an international context against which to compare progress in the UK, in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.


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