Montenegro

Pathfinding country since 2017

Population of children under 18

135,533

Lead governing body for ending violence against children

Ministry of Finance and Social Welfare, Directorate for Social and Child Protection

Lead coordinating body

Council of Child Rights (monitoring body)

Current national action plan to end violence against children

Strategy for the child violence prevention and protection with Action plan for 2017-2021

Prevalence Data

1-14-year-olds
Experiencing violent
discipline
in the past month

66%

66%

Before age 18
Children experiencing
physical violence

-

-

Before age 18
Children experiencing
sexual violence

-

-

11-15 year olds
Experienced bullying in the past 30 days

37%

31%

13-15 year olds
involved in physical fighting in the past 12 months

-

-

Prevalence data is based on available information gathered from partner databases and reports as of November 2021. Due to differences in survey design, data from National VAC Surveys may not be internationally comparable.

  milestones and progress  


Montenegro

Milestones and progress

Government commitments

Pathfinding Country

  • Appointed governing body or focal point for violence against children
  • Appointed lead coordinating body

Bans on corporal punishment in all settings

Safe fo Learn Call to Action endorser

Signatory to the WeProtect Global Alliance

Source: WPGA


Launch and dissemination of national data

Data collected on prevalence of violence against children

Access Montenegro’s 2018 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey

Global Status Report country profile

Access the country profile


Progress of National Action Plan (NAP)

National action plan

Launched

Costed

Funded

Involved children in the development process

Includes at least 4 INSPIRE strategies

Includes child online safety

Includes a school-based violence prevention plan

Published evaluation of NAP

Education Sector Plans embeds violence prevention


Voluntary National Review on SDG 16.2 as part of the

High-level Political Forum

Most recent voluntary National Reviews included reference to violence against children

Access Montenegro’s Voluntary National Review


Reporting and response portal

Helplines to report online child sexual abuse material

Source: IWF and INHOPE