PHILIPPINES: A girl sits, her face covered in the latticed shadows cast by a wire fence, outside the UNICEF-assisted Nayon Kabataan Rehabilitation Centre for street children and victims of child labour and physical abuse in Manila, the capital.
The findings, interpretations and conclusions expressed in the papers presented below are entirely those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the policies or the views of UNICEF.
Learn without fear: an evidence-based campaign against school violence
Legal frameworks for combating sexual exploitation of children
Overview of main recommendations from regional consultations
Prevention of sexual exploitation of children in sports
Promoting Child-friendly Court Procedures: CRC Article 12.2
Promoting cross-departmental cooperation and allocation of resources for national law reform and implementation
Protecting Children from sexual exploitation: The international legal framework and the role of the Committee on the Rights of the Child
The Monitoring Role of the International Human Rights Machinery: Building Synergies Among the Different Actors Involved
World Congress III against sexual exploitation of children and adolescents. Update from the Government of Brazil