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Protection of minors

SAFEGUARDING OF MINORS AND VULNERABLE PERSONS

WUCWO encourages and promotes the protection and care of the most vulnerable members of the family (resolution n. 2).

 

TRAINING PRESENTATIONS

• Download Dr. Fuchs’s presentation “Creating awareness and sensitivity to prevent child sexual abuse”

• Download Dr. Franck’s presentation “Proteccion de los menores” (Spanish only)

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USEFUL LINKS AND MATERIAL

• Vatican’s website on the prevention of sexual abuse that offers many important documents (letters, reports, speeches, homilies, etc.) about the topic:

http://www.vatican.va/resources/index_en.htm

• The Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors website gives you access to a lot of information and materials:

http://www.protectionofminors.va/content/tuteladeiminori/en.html

• The website of the Centre for Child Protection has a resources section where you can find freely downloadable materials (speeches of the pope, reports, etc.):

https://childprotection.unigre.it/research/

• To inform yourself about what is going on to make the internet and social media a safer place, there is a lot of material and information available on the Child Dignity website:

https://www.childdignity.com/media-cda

• An article on the prevention of sexual abuse can be read or downloaded from:

https://capmh.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1753-2000-8-5


 CHILD PROTECTION POLICY EXAMPLE

• An example of a policy adopted by one of our member organisations: READ HERE


OTHER RESOURCES

• Video Child Dignity in the Digital World

• Videos Centre for Child Protection

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