The special issue of the Journal of Psychology, Health and Medicine (Vol. 22, Number S1, March 2017) features 15 papers commissioned by Know Violence in Childhood. View the complete issue here

The papers are written by leading researchers from diverse disciplines and countries. They address a range of issues that point to the complexity of violence experienced by children across the world – as well as evidence of strategies that are beginning to demonstrate effective ways to prevent violence. They make a strong case for policies and investments that can end violence in childhood. This is necessary to protect the human rights of children and greatly increase their potential to enjoy childhood and enhance their capabilities.

Papers in this special edition are listed below:

We encourage the use and dissemination of our publications and those of others reproduced here (with permission), for non-commercial and educational purposes. Portions may be reproduced with acknowledgment to respective authors/lead authors.

  • KVIC Partners - Public Health Foundation of India
  • KVIC Partners -University of Delaware
  • KVIC Partners - FXB
Supported by
  • Unicef
  • Benard Van Leer Foundation
  • Ikea Foundation
  • American Jewish world Service
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Oak Foundation
  • End Violence
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