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 comprises 173 full and associate members, an international collective of civil society and governmental organisations who listen to children every day.

eLearning: Children in Migration

Children in migration are children first, and they are entitled to the same rights as citizen children, including their right to be heard. In an effort to bring this vulnerable group of children into the spotlight, we have developed a new eLearning module as part of our Inclusive Practice for Child Helplines series (find the Inclusive Practice for Child Helplines I and II here).

Let’s talk about violence…

Child Helpline International’s Executive Director Patrick Krens reflects on the findings of our report on global child helpline data from 2019, and their implications in the age of Covid-19.

Children with Disabilities and Covid-19

On July 15, 2020, ISPCAN hosted a webinar on children with disabilities and the effects of COVID-19, featuring experts Aafke Scharloo, Nora Baladerian and Dr.