The Council of Europe participates in the radio
talk show on sexual violence against children


18.04.2011 - We can prevent child sexual abuse; it's a matter of choice. With this message, an NGO in the United States, TAALK, is organising a 24hr Internet radio show to raise awareness on child sexual abuse on 30th April. Each hour, there will be guest speakers covering various topics relating to child sexual abuse, its prevention and support.

On the segment "Building a Europe for and with Children", Regína Jensdóttir, Head of the Children's Rights Policy Division, Marja Ruotanen, Director of Co-operation, Liri Kopaçi-di Michele, Head of Information Society and Protection of Integrity of Persons Division and Gordana Buljan Flander, Psychologist and Psychotherapist, will present the work of the Council of Europe to combat child sex abuse and its legal instruments such as the Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse and the Guidelines of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on child friendly justice.

You can find the complete speaker line-up and more information on the programme here:
http://www.taalk.org/TAALK-A-THON