Our members listen to children every day of the year.  Here are some highlights of their exemplary work.

International Child Helpline Day 2018: Denmark

The Danish Helpline “BørneTelefonen” uses a lot of different technologies and media to reach different target groups: toll-free telephone lines, SMS text messaging, and a website where children can chat and give each other advice.

International Child Helpline Day 2018: Greece

Since 2015 Greece has been at the forefront of a mass influx of refugees and migrants who flee war, persecution and economic adversities in their countries in search of a safe heaven and a better future in Europe.

International Child Helpline Day 2018: Palestine

The counsellor working with SAWA received a call from a 15-year-old girl who had heard of the 121 Child Helpline service via Facebook.

International Child Helpline Day 2018: Democratic Republic of the Congo

These are heart-rending stories of personal tragedies, but without the services of the 117 helpline they could all have ended far, far worse.

Fundacion ANAR in Spain launches groundbreaking report

On March 15, Fundacion ANAR — the organisation that runs the child helpline in Spain — presented an important study: the “Evolution of Violence Against Children and Teenagers in Spain according to the Victims”.