Global Programme to End Violence Against Children


CCPCJ Special Event on 'The UNODC Roadmap on the Treatment of Children Associated with Terrorist and Violent Extremist Groups'


High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) on Sustainable Development Event 'Promoting Alternative Solutions to Deprivation of Liberty'


UNODC and its partners gather various stakeholders and engage key actors at the regional and national levels to address the challenges of violence against children


General training package and specific training tools adapted to professionals (i.e., professionals on violence against children, etc.)


UNODC END-VAC contributed to the Inter-Agency Technical Guidance on COVID-19 and Children Deprived of Liberty


Partnering with international actors and national coalitions to respond to the urgent challenge of violence against children


UNODC supports Bosnia and Herzegovina in addressing violence against children... read more
Workshop on assessment of children in conflict with the law and Training of Trainers on Juvenile Justice in the Maldives... read more
Together to #ENDviolence Leaders' Statement was signed by UNODC Executive Director, Ms. Ghada Fathi Waly... read more
A. Martins, Head of UNODC END-VAC, at the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development... read more
Launch of STRIVE Juvenile in Iraq to combat terrorist and violent extremism recruitment and exploitation of children... read more
Presentation of STRIVE Juvenile during the 30th CCPCJ Special Event... read more
UNODC END-VAC at the OSCE-wide Counter-Terrorism Conference 2021... read more
Nigeria and Indonesia joined the STRIVE Juvenile Partnership funded by the EU to prevent and counter violent extremism affecting children... read more
14th UN Crime Congress Special Event “The UNODC Roadmap”... read more
First Steps of the Bali Call for Action: Strengthen rehabilitation and reintegration strategies for children associated with terrorist groups... read more
UNODC collaborated to the Inter-Agency Technical Guidance (UNODC END-VAC COVID-19 Menu of Services)... read more
UNODC Roadmap on the Treatment of Children Associated with Terrorist and Violent Extremist Groups highlighted at the COTER Meeting, European Council... read more
The UN Counter-Terrorism Centre (UNCCT) and UNODC held a joint High-Level event on "Protecting Children Affected by Terrorism"...  read more
UNODC Roadmap on the Treatment of Children Associated with Terrorist and Violent Extremist groups... UNODC Roadmap & read more 


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The new project STRIVE Juvenile 'Preventing and Responding to Violence against Children by Terrorist and Violent Extremist Groups' is a three-year (2021-2024), EUR 5.5 million initiative by the European Union and UNODC. The project aims to partner with the selected countries, the Republic of Indonesia, the Republic of Iraq and the Federal Republic of Nigeria, for the development and implementation of comprehensive national responses to prevent and counter violent extremism affecting children, in full respect of human rights, gender equality and international more

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