Violence against children. The Voices of Ugandan Children and Adults

This publication discusses a research study in 2004 undertaken in five districts in Uganda. Over 1400 children discuss the various types of violence they experience at home, schools and in the community as well as how it makes children feel and their ideas for violence-free childhoods. The study also reports on discussions with almost 1100 adults about how they perceive punishment and discipline, mistreatment and how they too feel about the issues. The report ends with summary recommendations for protecting and promoting children’s rights to live free of violence.

Published 2011-05-30

Document Information

Publication year
2005
Author(s)
Naker, Dipak
Format
pdf, 100p., Ill.
Rights
© 2005 Raising Voices and Save the Children in Uganda
Creative Commons License
None
Region
East Africa
Country
ComorosUganda
Our thematic areas
AdvocacyChild Participation
Identifier
ISBN: 9970-893-07-1

Document Information

Publication year
2005
Author(s)
Naker, Dipak
Format
pdf, 100p., Ill.
Rights
© 2005 Raising Voices and Save the Children in Uganda
Creative Commons License
None
Region
East Africa
Country
ComorosUganda
Our thematic areas
AdvocacyChild Participation
Identifier
ISBN: 9970-893-07-1