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Support the Children Are Unbeatable! (UK) Alliance
Take part in UK campaign action with the Children Are Unbeatable! Alliance. The Children Are Unbeatable! Alliance (CAU!) is the broadest campaign coalition ever assembled on a children’s issue bringing together more than 600 organisations including the NSPCC, Save the Children, the Methodist and United Reformed Churches, the Children’s Society, the Catholic Children’s Society, religious leaders, clergy and many individuals.
CAU! campaigns for the UK to satisfy human rights obligations by modernising the law on assault to give children the same protection as adults. Follow this link to the CAU! website. Find out how to sign up, recruit others and take action:
Children’s campaign Find out about the Children Are Unbeatable! Children’s Campaign : http://www.childrenareunbeatable.org.uk/children/home.html
Support the Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children
The Global Initiative to End all Corporal Punishment of Children was launched in Geneva in 2001. It aims to act as a catalyst to encourage more action and progress towards ending all corporal punishment in all continents; to encourage governments and other organisations to “own” the issue and work actively on it; and to support national campaigns with relevant information and assistance. The context for all its work is the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Its aims are supported by UNICEF, UNESCO, human rights institutions, and international and national NGOs. www.endcorporalpunishment.org
USA Campaign: http://www.endhittingusa.org
The U.S. Alliance brings together individuals, groups and organisations to create a unified voice calling for, and working toward, the end of all forms of physical and emotional punishment of children in schools and homes.
The Alliance, through education and legal means, seeks to end all social justification and legal authorization of corporal punishment.
Encourage religious leaders and communities to take a lead in both promoting law reform to give children equal protection and in supporting parents in positive non-violent discipline.
Use this handbook as a resource
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Additional resources for raising awareness
Raise awareness about the United Nations Study on Violence against Children. Run a discussion group or workshop in your church or community. Discuss ways of taking action in your local community. Follow the link to download the UN Study Report for children and adults. http://www.unicef.org/violencestudy/reports.html
Raise awareness and understanding of the United Nations convention on the Rights of the Child with both adults and children. Use UNICEF Child Friendly Version of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child