SDG 16.2 end abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence and torture against children

 

Every five minutes, a child dies as a result of violence. An estimated 120 million girls and 73 million boys have been victims of sexual violence, and almost one billion children are subjected to physical punishment on a regular basis. 

As part of Agenda 2030, the world’s governments have set ambitious targets to end violence by 2030, in order to deliver the vision of a world where all children – girls and boys alike – grow up free from violence and exploitation.

The Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children will support the efforts of those seeking to prevent violence, protect childhood, and help make societies safe for children.

 

 

The Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children offers an opportunity to help governments, international organizations, civil society, faith leaders, the private sector, philanthropists and foundations, researchers and academics work together to confront the unacceptable levels of violence that children suffer.

The Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children is an opportunity to help governments, international organizations, civil society, faith leaders, the private sector, philanthropists and foundations, researchers and academics work together to confront the unacceptable levels of violence that children suffer.

Publications and Resources

 

 

You can find our full library of publications and resources on our Resources page.

Download the zero draft strategy

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Download the Global Partnership's Strategy Presentation

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Download the Guidance for Pathfinder Countries

End Violence Against Children

The Global Partnership and Fund

End Violence Against Children

The Global Partnership and Fund

End Violence

Against Children The Global Partnership and Fund