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Caring for Child Survivors of Sexual Abuse

The Caring for Child Survivors (CCS) of Sexual Abuse Guidelines were developed to respond to the gap in global guidance for health and psychosocial staff providing care and treatment to child survivors of sexual abuse in humanitarian setting. The CCS Guidelines are based on global research and evidenced-based field practice, and bring a much-needed fresh and practical approach to helping child survivors, and their families, recover and heal from the oftentimes devastating impacts of sexual abuse.

Defining and Evaluating Child Well Being Domains and Indicators Through The Eyes of Children in Turkey


This report was prepared as an initiative of UNICEF Turkey Country Office Social Policy Unit under its 2011-2015 Country Programme. It was commissioned with the aim of nurturing the discussions of the Child Well-Being Indicators Working Group composed of representatives from Ministry of Development,


Turkish Statistical Institute and Ministry of Family and Social Policies for developing a National Set of Child Well-Being Indicators.


TRAINING ON MONITORING VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN WITH INDICATORS Participant's Manual


VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN Monitoring and Indicators Literature Review

VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN Monitoring and Indicators Literature Review

Indicators for Monitoring of VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN GUIDEBOOK

Indicators for Monitoring of VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN GUIDEBOOK

TRAINING ON MONITORING VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN WITH INDICATORS Trainer's Manual

TRAINING ON MONITORING VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN WITH INDICATORS Trainer's Manual

Research of Effective Parenthood Training on Information/ Approach/ Skill -Turkey


Child Protection Law 4-Year Evaluation Meeting, December 2009/ Meeting Report

Child Protection Law 4-Year Evaluation Meeting, December 2009/ Meeting Report

Children First Brochure

Children First Brochure

Eliminating Violence Against Children - UNICEF / Inter-Parliamentary Union 2007


Violence against children knows no boundaries. Violence cuts across race, class, religion and culture. In every country of the world there are children who continue to fear and experience violence. No country or region

is immune.



Child Protection Law


Children First - Quarterly newsletter, Issue 05/07

Towards Good Governance, Justice and Protection for Children in Turkey

Children First - Quarterly newsletter, Issue 04/07

Towards Good Governance, Justice and Protection for Children in Turkey

Children First - Quarterly newsletter, Issue 03/07

Towards Good Governance, Justice and Protection for Children in Turkey

Children First - Quarterly newsletter, Issue 02/06

Towards Good Governance, Justice and Protection for Children in Turkey

Children First - Periodic Report, issue 01/06

Towards Good Governance, Justice and Protection for Children in Turkey

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