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The ‘Boys and Girls at Risk: A Research Forum on the National Baseline Study on Violence Against Children (NBS-VAC) held on 31 March-1 April gathered partners, experts and advocates of Child Protection to discuss the study and crucial next steps to end violence against children. In photo are Department of Social Welfare and Development Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman (second from right), joined by Sarah Norton-Staal, UNICEF Philippines Chief of Child Protection; UNICEF Philippines Representative Lotta Slywander; Stephen Blight, UNICEF Regional Adviser on Child Protection; and Ms Patricia Luna, Executive Director of the Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC).

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