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Media Collaboration Toolkit Launched

Without the support of Media Partners, child helplines miss the chance to tell the story of their work. Without Child Helplines, media partners fail to gain the full picture of the realities children and youth face every day. The Media Toolkit for Child Helplines is OUT! And in ALL languages! Don't miss this chance and download your copy now.

New report from the International NGO Council on Violence Against Children

A new report has been launched today, 14 December 2016, by the International NGO Council on Violence Against Children. The study, which is entitled Global Progress & Delay in Ending Violence Against Children, tracks ten years of change since the first study on Violence Against Children was published in 2006.

Child Rights Agencies call on EU to put refugee and migrant children first

On November 29, during the 10th European Forum on the Rights of the Child in Brussels, Child Helpline International has joined 77 other organisations in urging the European Commission and EU Member States to step up protections of migrant and refugee children.

Together for Girls and partners commit to increase rapid care for rape survivors

On September 20, during the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting, Child Helpline International committed to support the Together for Girls' Every Hour Matters campaign, with the goal of ensuring rapid and comprehensive care services to rape survivors.

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Maya has the right to be heard

Imagine if no one answered Maya's call for help. This happens to millions of children. Every year. We simply don't have the resources to answer every call. Help us keep children safe online. www.freeourvoices.org

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"I think a lot about ending my life.”

Child Helpline International marks #WorldMentalHealthDay today, launching our film highlighting the lack of resources that prevent child helplines from picking up EVERY call from a young person in crisis. Child helplines need to be there for all children, all the time. Help us to make this a reality. Please go to bit.ly/NoChildLeftUnheard and donate now.

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Working together to keep children safe online

Child Helpline International and the GSMA co-hosted a workshop to develop a common strategy on online safety for children. The meeting brought together key stakeholders working in the area of child protection – child helplines, telecoms and the wider ICT industry, members of Child Helpline International’s Youth Advisory Council, as well as law enforcement and other specialists on online safety - and consisted of panel discussions followed by working sessions.

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