Violence against children: the UN report

Waterston, Tony; Mok, Jacqueline
January 2008
Archives of Disease in Childhood;Jan2008, Vol. 93 Issue 1, p85
Academic Journal
The article discusses the United Nations Secretary General's Report in November 2006 on violence against children. Different organizations including Commissioner on Human Rights, United Nations Children's Fun and World Health Oraganization led an initiative to describe the scale and impact of all forms of violence against children. The author mentions that one of the aims of the review of the report is to bring out its implications for pediatricians who play an important role in the impact and prevention of violence against children.


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