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8 February 2021
In efforts to support parents and keep children safe during the COVID-19 lockdown, the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) and Proof Africa joined forces with a group of organisations including Oxford University, the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Global Partnership to End Violence, the World Health Organisation, Parenting for Lifelong Health (PLH), United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and World Without Orphans, to disseminate parenting resources to families across Africa. Read more....
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Opportunities to amplify #EndCorporalPunishment in April
During April 2021, the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children will be amplifying calls to end corporal punishment of children, as part of the Together to #ENDviolence global campaign and International Day to End Corporal Punishment of Children on 30th April. Two high-level conferences will focus on ending corporal punishment. The first on 30th April will look at progress and delay in the global movement to prohibit corporal punishment of children; the second on 4th June will examine how prohibition of corporal punishment can be put into practice, with international examples of leadership and implementation. Speakers will include young people, Governments, human rights, legal and academic experts, and practitioners from around the world. Please see the "Save the Date" for more details.
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