Giving a voice to children and young people
Media Collaboration Toolkit Launched

Amsterdam, The Netherlands - Child Helpline International and Free Press Unlimited launch the Media Collaboration Toolkit for Child Helplines in Arabic, English, French and Spanish. Eleven child helplines, five media partners and five Youth Advisory Council members from all regions helped develop this Toolkit.

"The knowledge and strategies it contains are of great value in ensuring that, whilst putting children's stories and information relating to children's issues into the public space, this engagement will occur in a responsible and effective way."

- Joan van Niekerk
Past President, International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN)

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The Media Collaboration Toolkit for Child Helplines is made possible through the support of the WADADA News for Kids Programme of Free Press Unlimited (FPU) and the Nationale Postcode Loterij (NPL).




On the Photo: Launch of the Media Collaboration Toolkit at the Eighth International Consultation of Child Helplines with (L-R) James Kaboggoza of the Ugandan Child Helpline, German Guajardo of Fundacion Anar Peru, Dumisile Nala of Childline South Africa, Sheila Estabillo of Bantay Bata 163 Philippines, Evans Munga of the Youth Advisory Council, Kiran Patel of the Youth Advisory Council, Bram Truijen of Free Press Unlimited, Rowena Ricalde of Child Helpline International, Madhav Pradhan of Child Helpline 1098 Nepal and Anatasia Kakarouba of The Smile of Child Greece

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