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2018 Road Map For Ending Violence Against Children 2018 Road Map For Ending Violence Against Children

To reduce violence against children through an integrated approach so that all Jamaican children can enjoy their rights and grow to be productive citizens. 


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titan Executive Summary: Situation Analysis of Jamaican Children - 2018

Every five years, as part of our country programme process, UNICEF prepares a situation analysis that enables us to take stock of these realities and assess how best to support the Government and the people of Jamaica in tackling them.


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Situation Analysis of Jamaican Children - 2018

Every five years, as part of our country programme process, UNICEF prepares a situation analysis that enables us to take stock of these realities and assess how best to support the Government and the people of Jamaica in tackling them.


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JCO 2011-2015 Report on Children and Violence Infographics Booklet

This report provides disaggregated data for 2015 (by age, sex, location) on children who are crime victims - which is intended to strengthen an evidence-based approach to programming for child protection partners who work with child victims of armed violence and sexual abuse. 

 


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The State of the World's Children in 2017: Children in a Digital World

The State of the World’s Children 2017 examines the ways in which digital technology has already changed children’s lives and life chances – and explores what the future may hold. 

 


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Be Social Be Smart Be Social Be Smart - Social Media Guide For Children

Be Social Be Smart is a handbook created by the Office of the Children’s Advocate to help children use the Internet safely. UNICEF funded the creation by OCA of versions for three different audiences. This version is for children. Persons who would prefer the teen or teachers and adults versions can contact the OCA. 


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Ending Violence in Childhood

This Report is an output of Know Violence in Childhood – an independent global learning initiative. It makes the case for ending violence in childhood across the world. By examining existing data and commissioning new research, the Initiative has synthesized knowledge on the causes and consequences of childhood violence, and identified evidence-based strategies to prevent childhood violence. 


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#ENDviolence A Familiar Face: Violence in the lives of children and adolescents.

A Familiar Face: Violence in the lives of children and adolescents uses the most current data to shed light on four special forms of violence: violent discipline and exposure to domestic abuse during early childhood; violence at school; violent deaths among adolescents; and sexual violence in childhood and adolescence.  


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2011-2015 Report on Children and Violence in Jamaica 2011-2015 Report on CHILDREN AND VIOLENCE

The JCO-ICVIS January-December 2011-2015 Report on Children and Violence is the outcome of a JCO-ICVIS-UNICEF partnership. The report presents and discusses the findings of crime data collected over the 2011-2015 period across ten parishes.

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Baseline Survey: Knowledge, Attitude & Practices Regarding Child Maltreatment in Jamaica Baseline Survey: Knowledge, Attitude & Practices Regarding Child Maltreatment in Jamaica

The OCR, in collaboration with UNICEF, commissioned a baseline market study to ascertain the currently held views, opinions, knowledge levels, attitudes, practices and behaviour towards child abuse and reporting.  

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