The first global meeting of child helplines was held in The Netherlands in 2003, when 49 child helplines got together to form Child Helpline International. Today, our worldwide network is more than 180-strong, an international collective of civil society and governmental organisations that listen to children every day.

Global Movement for Children calls on US to reunite families, as Federal Judge sets deadline for border authorities

The Global Movement for Children in Latin America and the Caribbean – of which Child Helpline International is a member – has made an urgent call on the US to reunite the children and young people who have been separated from their families.

Exciting times ahead as ICMEC joins Child Helpline International in Amsterdam

Coming all the way from Alexandria, Virginia, the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children were warmly welcomed by our team in Amsterdam to hammer out a strategy for our 27 month programme that commits to prevent and support survivors of online child sexual exploitation and abuse.

Hrabri telefon on Viber

In January 2018, Hrabri telefon (also known as Brave Phone) in Croatia started a Viber campaign.

Teaming up with ICMEC to support child survivors of sexual exploitation and abuse

Child Helpline International and the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC) proudly join forces to protect and support child survivors of sexual abuse and exploitation.

Joining hands with UNICEF in Eastern and Southern Africa to ensure children’s voices are heard

We are happy to have partnered with UNICEF’s Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office (ESARO) to support child helplines in the Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) region.