Raising awareness and prevention
The Council of Europe Convention on Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse, also known as “the Lanzarote Convention”, requires criminalisation of all kinds of sexual offences against children. It sets out that states in Europe and beyond shall adopt specific legislation and take measures to prevent sexual violence, to protect child victims and to prosecute perpetrators.
Parenting in the 21st century is challenging at the best of times. Today’s children grow up in the fastchanging digital age, a new world in which parents may be poorly equipped or are barely keeping up. The Parenting in The Digital Age guide offers concrete guidance on dealing with this matter.
This three page illustrated leaflet 'I have rights' presents children's rights in child-friendly language creating three, easy to understand, clusters of rights. It outlines the relationship between the child and her/his state, along with the role of international organisations in protecting the rights of the child. Finally it explains the options available to children if their rights are not respected.
The "passport to your rights" is a passport created for all children. It allows children enter in the world of their rights in a playful manner, explaining their basic rights, as well as the relationship with the states, or the role of international organisations. It should be their first passport in life.
The "Democracy and human rights. Charter for all" brochure for children explores the principles of human rights and democracy, what we can all do to make them possible, and how education can be of help.