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Общи :: The Learning Action Partnership prepares a conference to Stop Violence and Sexual Exploitation against Children

The Learning Action Partnership prepares a conference to Stop Violence and Sexual Exploitation against Children

OAK LogoAttendeesSofia, April 12, 2017

‘Big part of cases of violence are going trough internet or leave digital tracks,’ – shared Emanuil Georgiev from Applied Research and Communications Fund. The Fund if coordinator of the Center for Safe Internet and is one of the members of Learning Action Partnership (LAP).
The meeting of LAP took place on April 12, 2017.  Representatives from National Network for Children, PULSE Foundation, Bulgarian Family Planning and Sexual Health Association (BFPA), Risk Monitor Foundation, Know How Center for Alternative Care of New Bulgarian University, GERT Foundation, Applied Research and Communications Fund, Re-Act Association, Agapedia Foundation, UNICEF, Concordia, National Network of Health Mediators, Loveguide online platform and Ministry of Health also participated.

PresentationIn addition to the usual sharing of information on the current mutual activities within the working group, a small team was defined to prepare and organize the implementation of a conference on the occasion of the European Day against Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation of Children to be held on November 17-18 2017.
LAP is a working group uniting efforts against sexual exploitation and sexual violence of children in institutions and exists from the end of 2013. It is a part of the project of BFPA ‘The Art to Inform’, supported by OAK Foundation.

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