The Council of Europe protects and promotes the human rights of everyone, including children. Based on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the European Convention on Human Rights and other legal standards, the Council of Europe promotes and protects the rights of 150 million children in Europe.
19 Nov 2021 08:05:00Strasbourg 19 November 2021
The Steering Committee for the Rights of the Child (CDENF) is organising the 2nd and 3rd editions...
17 Nov 2021 17:29:00Ljubljana 17 November 2021
On 17 November 2021, the Steering Committee of the joint EU Reform – Council of Europe project to...
17 Nov 2021 16:38:00Online 17 November 2021
The work of the Council of Europe and its HELP online courses on children's rights were presented...
7th Edition of the European Day on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse
As every year since 2015, the Council of Europe partners with a wide range of stakeholders, including member states, civil society organisations and national parliaments, to celebrate the European Day for the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse. The objective of the European Day is to raise public awareness of sexual exploitation and sexual abuse of children, and the need to prevent such acts. This year’s edition focuses on “Making the circle of trust truly safe for children”.
The vast majority of child sexual abuse occurs in the child’s circle of trust, by persons they know, admire, trust and love. This makes identifying, reporting, and investigating the crime, as well as protecting the victims, especially difficult.
- “Listen – Act – Change”: launch of a new Council of Europe guide on children’s participation
- “All on board – all online”: Council of Europe launches a new Handbook for policy makers on the rights of the child in the digital environment
- Kiko’s exciting adventures continue in the digital age
- New digital parenting guide by the Council of Europe