Together with The Global Partnership To End Violence Against Children, The Women’s World Summit Foundation have launched an excellent campaign to tackle child abuse, which began on 1st November and ends on 19th November, which marks the World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse. The main theme of this year’s campaign is ‘Ending Harmful Traditional Practices.”
The campaign by WWSF is called 19 Days because of the number of days it spans, and invites everyone to get involved during that time. Play with beautifully designed banners, ribbons, badges and buttons to spruce up your websites and social media accounts whilst helping to raise awareness around the terrible abuses children continue to suffer. You can even organise events and share them with WWSF just by registering on their website.
Everything you need is in WWSF’s Prevention Kit. As you can see, each day is devoted to a different issue within child abuse, so you can highlight statistics, stories and developments in tackling these areas, too.
For Twitter goers, the hashtag is #19Days.