Brazil

Communication Program

Organization: Childhood Brasil
Project: Communication program
Location: Brazil
Target group: Children who are victims of abuse and exploitation

The Communication Program focuses on mobilizing, informing, preventing, and educating the society on sexual violence against children and adolescents.

 

Tourism program

Organization: Childhood Brasil
Project: Tourism Program
Location: Brazil
Target group: Children who are victims of abuse and exploitation

This program promotes inter-sector actions to prevent and fight sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in tourism, mobilizing the touristic trade and consolidating public policies in the sector. Within the program is a project that aims to contribute to the implementation and strengthening of public policies that focus on fighting sexual violence against children and adolescents to ensure their rights in the Northeast region of Brazil. Another project focuses on qualification of young leaders to act as mobilizers in the prevention of sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in tourism.

 

Big Constructions and Commercial Sexual Exploitation Program

Organization: Childhood Brasil
Project: Big Constructions and Commercial Sexual Exploitation Program
Location: Brazil
Target group: Children who are victims of abuse and exploitation

The goal is to mobilize governments, companies, and social organizations to fight sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in infrastructure works carried out in Brazil. Childhood Brasil highlights the importance of imparting knowledge and extending the debate around the infrastructure works in Brazil. Besides major environmental issues, it is crucial to consider the social extent to ensure the children and adolescents’ protection.

 

On the right track program

Organization: Childhood Brazil
Project: On the right track program
Location: Brazil
Target group: Children who are victims of abuse and exploitation

Launched in 2006, this program aims at mobilizing governments, companies, and third-sector organizations to fight, in a more effective manner, child and adolescent sexual exploitation on Brazilian roadways. Over 1,230 companies signed the Corporate Pact affirming their commitment to the cause.