Programme with, where available, links to the speeches, presentations, summaries of the presentations and power point presentations

Speakers Biographies

Thursday 10 December 2013

9.00 Registration of participants

“Good Practice circuit”

10.00 Opening session

Welcome addresses by:

Mr Alberto Ruiz Gallardón, Minister of Justice of Spain

Speech (Spanish only)
Presentation (Spanish only)

Ms Marja Ruotanen, Director of Justice and Human Dignity, Council of Europe

Speech

10.30 Coffee break and “Good practice circuit”

11.15 Session 1: Policy and legal tools to prevent sexual abuse of children

Moderator: Ms Salomé Adroher Biosca, General Director of Services for Family and Children, Spanish Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality

Summary of the presentation

 Council of Europe guidelines on integrated national strategies for the protection of children from violence, Ms Elda Moreno, Head of the Gender Equality and Human Dignity Department, Council of Europe
Presentation

 The Lanzarote Convention and the prevention of sexual abuse, Mr Eric Ruelle(France), Chairperson of the Lanzarote Committee
Presentation (in French only)
Summary of the presentation

 The Parliamentary Network to stop sexual violence against children, Mr Valeriu Ghiletchi (Moldova), First Vice-Chairperson of the Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development, Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly
Presentation
Summary of the presentation

 Combating child sex tourism: The Dutch multiyear, multi-angle approach, Mr Lennert Branderhorst, Ministry of Security and Justice (The Netherlands)
Presentation
Summary of the presentation

Debate

13.00 Lunch break (CaixaForum) and “Good practice circuit”

15.00 Session 2: Awareness-raising campaigns for the general public and participation of children, the private sector, the media and civil society in the elaboration and implementation of policies to prevent sexual abuse of children

Moderator: Ms Elda Moreno, Head of the Gender Equality and Human Dignity Department, Council of Europe

 The “ONE in FIVE Campaign” in Spain, Mr Tomás Aller General Coordinator Federation of Associations for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment (Spain)
Presentation
Summary of the presentation

 Engaging the experts: The importance of working with young survivors of sexual violence in prevention efforts, Ms Claire Cody, The International Centre: Stopping the Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking of Children (United Kingdom)
Presentation
Summary of the presentation
Power point presentation

 Framework sexuality and policy: The Flag system “Nothing wrong?”, Mr Joost Van Haelst, Children’s Rights coordinator, Agency for Socio-Cultural Work for Youth and Adults, Flemish Ministry of Culture, Youth, Sports and Media (Belgium)
Summary of the presentation
Power point presentation

 The code of conduct for the protection of children from sexual exploitation in travel and tourism, Mr Theo Noten, program manager of End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography & Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes (ECPAT) – The Netherlands
Summary of the presentation
Power point presentation

 The Prevention Project Dunkelfeld (PPD) – Proactive strategies reaching out perpetrators and potential perpetrators to prevent child sexual abuse and child pornography offences, Mr Klaus M. Beier, Director of the Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, Charité-University of Medicine of Berlin (Germany)
Presentation
Summary of the presentation
Power point presentation

Debate

16.30 Coffee break and “Good practice circuit”

17.00 Session 3: Focused prevention: empowering parents and persons working in contact with children in preventing sexual abuse

Moderator: Ms Pepa Horno, Consultant in childhood, affectivity and protection in Espirales Childhood Consultancy

Summary of the presentation

 Sexuality education in schools, Mr Dhianaraj Chetty, Section on HIV and Health Education, Division of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development, UNESCO
Presentation

 The NSPCC Underwear Rule Campaign – Encouraging and enabling parents to talk with children to help keep them safe, Mr Jon Brown, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (United Kingdom)
Summary of the presentation
Power point presentation

Debate

18.00 End of the first day

 


Wednesday 11 December 2013

9.00 Arrival of participants

“Good Practice circuit”

10.00 Session 4: Focused prevention: empowering children in preventing sexual abuse

Moderator: Mr Kieran McGrath, Child Welfare Consultant (Ireland)

Summary of the presentation

 Zero Tolerance for violence, Ms Elena Saura, Department of Social Integration, La Caixa Foundation (Spain)
Presentation (Spanish only)
Summary of the presentation
Power point presentation (Spanish only)

 National dissemination of information about the dangers of cyber-crime in schools, Mr Carlos Igual Garrido, Captain of Civil Guard, Criminal Police Technical Unit, Crimes against Children Group (Spain)

 Preventing sexual abuse of children with disabilities, Ms Laia Alamany Ferré, Program on Sexual Abuse and Disabilities, Vicki Bernadet Foundation (Spain)
Summary of the presentation
Power point presentation (Spanish only)

 Get a ’Yes’. Explaining how and why Iceland made a short film about the boundaries between sex and violence, Ms Jóna Pálsdóttir, Head of Division, gender specialist, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture (Iceland)
Summary of the presentation
Power point presentation

Debate

11.00 Coffee break and “Good practice circuit”

11.30 Session 5: Focused prevention: intervention programmes with perpetrators and potential perpetrators

Moderator: Mr Santiago Redondo, Professor of Psychology and Criminology, University of Barcelona (Spain)

Presentation
Summary of the presentation

 From sexual thoughts to sexual offenses, Ms Tamara Turner-Moore, Senior Lecturer, Leeds Metropolitan University (United Kingdom)
Summary of the presentation
Power point presentation

 Intervention programmes with young sexual offenders, Mr Luis González Cieza, Head of research, programs and training, Community of Madrid Agency for the re-education and reintegration of young offenders (Spain)
Summary of the presentation
Power point presentation (Spanish only)

 Intervention programmes with young sexual offenders - The ATURA’T Programme, Mr Kieran McGrath, Child Welfare Consultant (Ireland)
Presentation
Power point presentation (Spanish only)

 Helping employers to make safer recruitment decisions: Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), Ms Shernett Ranson, Senior International Partnerships Officer, National Crime Agency (NCA), (United Kingdom)
Power point presentation

 NSPCC safer recruitment policy, Mr Jon Brown, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (United Kingdom)
Power point presentation

Debate

13.00 Conclusions and closing remarks

Mr D. Fernando Pastor, Head of Institutional Relations, CaixaForum
Speech (Spanish only)

Ms Salomé Adroher Biosca, General Director of Services for Family and Children, Spanish Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality
Speech (Spanish only)

Ms Alejandra Frías López, Senior Judge and Advisor of the Technical Secretariat General, Spanish Ministry of Justice

Mr Eric Ruelle (France), Chairperson of the Lanzarote Committee
Conclusions

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Conference on corporal punishment, Vienna

Vienna 1&2 June 2016
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Conference on corporal punishment, Vienna

The conference “Towards Childhoods free from Corporal Punishment” will take place in Vienna, Austria, on 1-2 June 2016.

This high-level global conference – following on from the inaugural conference hosted by the Government of Sweden in 2014 – aims to celebrate the progress in law reform to protect children from being hit and hurt by parents and others entrusted with their upbringing. But the purpose of this gathering is not solely celebration – it is also to build momentum for further reform. 150 states worldwide, including 18 Council of Europe member States have yet to meet their obligations under the Convention on the Rights of the Child and other international human rights treaties to prohibit corporal punishment, including in the home.

Conference Programme: English / French / German / Spanish

Council of Europe action against corporal punishment

 Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children: Progress and delay, March 2016 edition


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