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The Council of Europe ONE in FIVE Campaign team supports the development of the ONE in FIVE campaign at national level in the member and non-member states.

The Council of Europe hopes to reach out to the widest possible audience and it therefore welcomes a broad partnership base: from governments, national ministries and parliaments to local and community-based civil society associations and professional networks.

Below are some of the campaign partners in the member and non-member states that have entered into agreement with the Council of Europe:

COUNTRIES:

ARMENIA - Public Health and Medicine Development Fund of Georgia

AZERBAIJAN - State Committee on Family, Women and Children’s Affairs

CROATIA - Ministry of the Family, Veterans’ Affairs and Intergenerational Solidarity

CYPRUS - UNCRC Policy Centre "Hope for Children", University of Cyprus, Office of the Commissioner for Children's Rights, City of Nicosia, Cyprus National Commission for UNESCO, Independent Advisory Committee for the Prevention of Violence in the Family.

CZECH REPUBLIC - Office of the Government

GEORGIA - Public Health and Medicine Development Fund of Georgia

GREECE - Hellenic Parliament

ITALY - Department for Equal Opportunities, Presidency of the Council of Ministers

MALTA - Office of the Commissioner for Children

MEXICO - Senate of the Republic of Mexico

MONTENEGRO - Permanent Representation of Montenegro to the Council of Europe

PORTUGAL - Ministry of Solidarity and Social Security, Assembleia da República

RUSSIAN FEDERATION - National Committee of Support of Motherhood and Childhood

SAN MARINO - Ministry of Foreign Affairs

SERBIA - Incest Trauma Centar, Belgrade

SPAIN - Ministry of Health, Social Security and Equality and Federation of Associations for the prevention of child abuse

TURKEY - International Children's Center (ICC)

UNITED KINGDOM - National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)

The Parliamentary dimension of the Campaign has been promoted in different countries: Greece, Finland, Monaco, Romania, Sweden. For more information visit the Parliamentary Dimension webpage. You can find the list of contact parliamentarians for your information here

Learn about the latest initiatives here

Has your country signed and ratified the Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse (Lanzarote Convention)? See here

If not, see here to learn what you can do to make it happen.