The preparation of this report was initiated and coordinated by Claudia Cappa and Nicole Petrowski, who were also responsible for data analysis, interpretation of the results and report writing. Valuable guidance and insights were received from Laurence Chandy and Mark Hereward.
Christina Misunas provided support for data processing, analysis and fact-checking. Colleen Murray assisted with document review and fact-checking. Yadigar Coskun contributed to data processing. The document was edited and copy-edited by Catherine Rutgers, with inputs from Janet Jensen and Joan Ross Frankson, and was designed by Era Porth and Nona Reuter.
The ‘Programmes in focus’ boxes were developed by Gbemisola Akinboyo, Anjan Bose, Ayda Eke, Sophie Flynn, Theresa Kilbane and Clara Sommarin along with Maria Margarita Ardivilla, Katlin Brasic, Mark Connolly, Vesna Dejanovic, Donneth Edmondson, Rosa Elcarte, Ida Ferdinandi, Ana Catalina Fernandez Rojas, Elisa Frias, Eduardo Gallardo, Bruce Grant, Kendra Gregson, Dina Heikal, Jennifer Hofmann, Maha Homsi, Lone Hvass, Nankali Maksud, Nada Djurovic Martinovic, Maria Teresa Mejia, Aby Mze-Boina, Mohamed Naeem, Irene Sanchez, Sarah Norton-Staal, Chivith Rottanak, Saji Thomas, Martina Tomic-Latinac, Cornelius Williams and Nadra Zaki. Additional country inputs were provided by Ana Cristina Matos, Rogerio Oliveira and Gabriela Perin.
The report benefited from technical feedback provided by Shelly Abdool, Maneli Aghakhan, Patty Alleman, Mariavittoria Ballotta, Jean-François Basse, Camille Baudot, Jose Bergua, Stephen Blight, Sujata Bordoloi, Isabella Castrogiovanni, Mandi Chikombero, Laurent Dutordoir, Raquel Fernandez, Mirella Hernani, Mokhtar Hosseini, Lucia Hug, Jonna Karlsson, Dennis Christian Larsen, Anthony MacDonald, Anju Malhotra, Angelo Miramonti, Cecilie Modvar, Patricia Muriel, Will Parks, Micaela Pasini, Vincent Petit, Deepa Risal Pokharel, Evan Rai, Rafael Ramirez, Line Baago Rasmussen, Sanja Saranovic, Landry Dongmo Tsague, Hrayr Wannis and Danzhen You.
Communication advice was received from Lely Djuhari, Caroline den Dulk, Madeline Eisner, Paloma Escudero, Rose Foley, Timothy Ledwith, Najwa Mekki, Marixie Mercado, Melanie Sharpe and Georgina Thompson.
UNICEF gratefully acknowledges the technical review and inputs provided by the Health Systems and Innovation Cluster of the World Health Organization (Jessica Ho, Daniel Hogan, Wahyu Retno Mahanani and Colin Douglas Mathers), the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (Sami Nevala), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Holly Hedegaard). Additional data were also provided by Laura Agnich (Georgia Southern University) and Noor Ani Ahmad (Ministry of Health Malaysia).
UNMASKING THE ALL-TOO-FAMILIAR FACES OF CHILDHOOD VIOLENCE
VIOLENT DISCIPLINE AND EXPOSURE TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD
VIOLENCE AT SCHOOL
VIOLENT DEATHS AMONG ADOLESCENTS
SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE
PROTECTING A GENERATION AT RISK
ANNEX: REGIONAL CLASSIFICATI
To download the document, click here: