Ending Corporal Punishment of Children- a handbook for  multi-religious gatherings

This resource, which has been written in collaboration with religious leaders and faith-based communities, is based on the premises that the major religions profess respect for the inherent dignity of every person, including children and that the universal principles of compassion, justice, equality, and non-violence are central to the prohibition and elimination of corporal punishment of children. Many of the materials are suitable for personal and collective use and can be freely adapted for the local context or used to trigger ideas for further reflection or discussion. The handbook highlights opportunities for advocacy and action and encourages multi-religious collaboration including engagement with global movements, to end violence against children.

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