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    19 Days of Activism Prevention / 19 Jours d’Activisme Prévention / 19 Días de Activismo Preven

     

    version en français: voir ci-dessous, Versión en español: ver mas abajo) Dear Members and Partners, WWSF Children-Youth Section expresses gratitude to all active coalition member organizations for their participation in the first year of the “19-Days of Activism for prevention of abuse and violence against children and youth 1-19 November”, created to increase activities for prevention. We also welcome our new members who recently joined, and thank all those who have been actively involved over the past ten years. Due to the efforts of all active member organizations, including their creativity and solid grassroots outreach and education, the first year of the campaign proved successful. We thank all those who have sent us their 2011 activity reports and pictures related to their diverse field events and initiatives. These examples encourage us to continue our campaign. 2011 Global Impact Report is available on our website (http://www.woman.ch/index.php?page=coalition-impact&hl=en_US) in English and French. You will read about how other coalition members/partners led the 19-Day campaign and marked the World Day. You will also find information on other WWSF Children-Youth section activities. Prize for prevention Please remember that the selection process for laureate organizations is based on activity reports received. The award acknowledges initiatives that have proven particularly innovative or influential. For your information, I have the honor to write to you in my position as the new coordinator of the WWSF Children-Youth section. Having joined the organization in March, I am currently working on the 2012 Prevention Kit for the “19-Day campaign” (including the World Day), as well as searching for ways to promote and support our new initiative. You will soon receive another message giving you information on how to join the 2012 campaign coalition for prevention of abuse and violence against children and youth. I remain at your disposal for any further information you may need. In solidarity, Cordially yours, Fanny Toutou-Mpondo Coordinator WWSF Children-Youth Section Program of the Women’s World Summit Foundation 11 av, de la Paix, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland wdpca@wwsf.ch http://www.woman.ch/   -


    Chers Membres et Partenaires, La WWSF remercie toutes les organisations membres de la coalition ayant participé activement à la première année des « 19 jours d’Activisme pour la prévention des abus et de la violence envers les enfants et les jeunes, 1-19 novembre », une campagne lancée afin de susciter davantage d’activités de prévention. Nous tenons à accueillir celles qui nous ont rejoints tout récemment, et exprimons notre gratitude à celles qui se sont impliquées et nous ont soutenus pendant ces dix dernières années. Grâce aux efforts de toutes les organisations membres actives, ainsi qu’à leur créativité et à leurs nombreuses collaborations sur le terrain, la première édition de notre Campagne a été un franc succès. Nous remercions toutes celles qui nous ont fait parvenir leurs rapports d’activités et photographies relatifs aux nombreux événements et initiatives menés sur le terrain. Tous ces exemples ont été une grande source d’encouragement pour nous. Le Rapport Mondial 2011 est disponible en ligne sur notre site internet (http://www.woman.ch/index.php?page=coalition-impact&hl=fr_FR) en version française et anglaise. Il vous permettra de découvrir la manière dont les autres membres/partenaires de la coalition ont mené la Campagne 19-Jours et marqué la Journée Mondiale, et vous donnera également des informations sur les autres activités de la Section Enfants-Jeunesse. Prix pour la prévention Nous tenons à vous rappeler que le processus de sélection des organisations lauréates se fonde exclusivement sur les rappo

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