"Almost 75% of all children are subjected to violence each year, research finds" - The Guardian
"A multisectoral approach to childhood development" - The Lancet
Ending Violence in Childhood: Global Report 2017 by Know Violence in Childhood documents the scale of violence experienced by millions of the world's children in their everyday lives and relationships, in their homes, schools and communities. The Report is a culmination of almost three years of work by academics and practitioners from different disciplines and sectors working together to examine existing data, and commissioning new research on the causes and consequences of childhood violence, as well as the evidence of effective strategies for the prevention of violence.
You can now access the full report and all associated knowledge products (as listed below):
childhood Overview (also available in Arabic, French, Portuguese and Spanish)
childhood Evidence Highlights (eight issue briefs)
childhood Violence in Childhood: Key Facts (available in French and Spanish)
childhood Violence in Childhood: Key Features
childhood Childhood Violence: A Human Development Perspective
childhood The Consequences and Costs of Violence in Childhood
childhood The Intersection of Violence against Women and Violence against Children
childhood Measuring Childhood Violence
childhood A Composite Violence in Childhood (VIC) Index
childhood Actions to End Violence in Childhood (available in French and Spanish)
childhood Break the Silence on Childhood Violence, a 4-minute animation to disseminate the key messages emerging from the global report
childhood Special issue of the Journal of Psychology, Health and Medicine, featuring 15 commissioned papers
childhood Additionally, 22 commissioned papers and an annotated bibliography are now available
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