The ACT to EVAC initiative heads to Peru

On 20 – 21 March, Telé fono ANAR Perú  hosted the second training of the ACT to EVAC initiative – a programme that has been made possible through partnership between Child Helpline International and the International Center for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC).

Childline Kenya hosts ACT to EVAC training

On 27-28 February, 16 Childline Kenya staff participated in a training facilitated by Child Helpline International and its partner, the International Center for Missing & Exploited Children, as part of the ACT to EVAC initiative.

Supporting LGBTQI+ children and youth

Last year, Brave Phone (Hrabri telefon) joined Child Helpline International’s WeListen project, which involves European child helplines, by participating in the first of three “Communities of Practice”.

Introducing our new Executive Director!

We’re excited to announce the appointment of Patrick Krens as our new Executive Director!

IC2018: The Ninth International Consultation of Child Helplines

The Ninth International Consultation of Child Helplines (IC 2018), held in Toronto, Canada, from 6 to 8 November 2018, brought together government officials, ministers, high-level partners and members of the Child Helpline International network from all around the world.

Out of the Shadows: Shining a Light on the Response to Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation

Out of the Shadows is a 40-country benchmarking index that examines how countries are responding to the threat of sexual violence against children.

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