The invisibility, the worse the problem of violence against children and adolescents.
Toledo, June 8 .- The invisibility, socially acceptable, is the worst problem facing violence against children and adolescents, as well as in child labor, as stated by the special representative of United Nations (UN), Marta Santos Pais, the International Congress held in Toledo.
Under the general heading of 'A real change for a global problem' in Congress organized "Solidarity Project 'to be held next, stargate worlds naquadah, 12th World Day Against Child Labour, Marta Santos has agreed to be dismissed out of hand that is considered" normal "in most countries" violence. "
Has indicated that it is precisely this "invisibility" makes it impossible, on the one hand, has statistics on its actual impact and, moreover, that they are not "the negative effects on child development" to learn and, ffxiv gil, receive an education "of quality "to help you live and interact" with adults and friends. "
The UN study, focusing particularly on the family, school, community and work has been done to "call attention to this situation, which has termed a" dramatic "and that countries take concrete action, has argued.
Thus, reported as key to prevent violence, the direct intervention of the, tera gold, governments and the implantation of a bill that provides a "clear message that do not allow any kind of violence against children," including "those that seem small "If the humiliation and physical punishment in the family and its environment.
"Knowledge of the law and its use is the indicator of its success and its contribution to social change," he acknowledged.
A third recommendation is to have a better understanding of how they understand those affected to violence, so, "understand the impact it has social and economic deprivation."
For its part, the Commissioner and author of the study, published in 2006 and updated in 2007, the Brazilian Paulo Pinheiro, has been blunt in his assessment: "the more violence occurs at home, because there is a wall of silence and is a tradition for children if parents were owned, "he argued.
"Human rights come to the door of the house because then they send the parents", which, as noted, should be banished to realize the "spirit" of the Convention of Rights of the Child "which prohibits all forms of violence" .
He opined that the originality of the study lies in "listening to children and adolescents" and that having a law that clearly respond to violence "help" a lot.
He regretted, however, that only this total prohibition legally regulated in 26 countries including Venezuela, Costa Rica and Uruguay in South America and speaking English only in New Zealand, deeming it "very bad" that exists in very few European countries.
Meanwhile, the general director of Social Action and Cooperation of Castilla-La Mancha, Esther Padilla, has highlighted the support provided from the regional government years ago to 'Solidarity Project' in the context of the politics of international development cooperation.
A bill that has cleared up, going to impoverished countries and also to awareness and education in their own region.
He opined that "it is a luxury," the celebration of this Congress in the region because it strengthens the Strategic Plan for Partnership for Developmentapproved by the Regional Government Council in 2008 and ending in 2011, "in which we bet, mainly because of the quality, effectiveness and efficiency in cooperation."
He considered important the budget, but also "the train professionals working in cooperation in NGOs, governments and, of course, to citizenship."
The Congress, which began yesterday, has among its participants to children from different countries, like Peru and Bolivia, and the various presentations, discussions and working groups were developed through Thursday, to submit proposals to take place on Friday, closing official in Madrid, where the final conclusions will be known.