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Общи :: Zero Tolerance towards Sexual Exploitation of Children

Zero Tolerance towards Sexual Exploitation of Children

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Another meeting of the Learning Action Partnership (LAP) took place on November 13, 2019 in Sofia. This is, at the same time, the first LAP meting under the project “The Ability to Change”, that builds upon a previous project “The art to inform”. The members of the group discussed opportunities to unite efforts of different organizations and institutions for advocating in area of working on prevention and on cases, connected with sexual exploitation of children. One of the main goals of LAP during the next years is to have significant contribution towards zero tolerance in the society concerning sexual exploitation of children. Numerous initiatives are to come, such as capacity building trainings as well as development and implementation of pilot small projects and field initiatives.
The work of the Partnership is supported by the OAK Foundation. PanelLAP is a network for exchanging ideas and realization of good practices, working on prevention of sexual exploitation of children and unites stakeholders and institutions with experience in activities for prevention of violence, exploitation and abuse. The initiative is part of the project of the Bulgarian Family Planning and Sexual Health Association (BFPA) ‘The Ability to Change’. The group was formed and started its work during a workshop in 2013 г. under project “The Art to Inform: Network for reducing vulnerability of children for sexual exploitation and abusive practices” and goes on in the period 2019 – 2021 in the frame of the project “The Ability to Change: Zero tolerance towards Sexual Exploitation of Children” 

 

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