Stopping police violence against children:Ethiopia

by Consortium for Street Children

A bid has been put into UNICEF Ethiopia to add their support to phase two of the project so that the training can reach the 36,000 police officers in Ethiopia. The aim of phase two is to work with the police officers who were trained in phase one and highlight them as street child champions who take on the role of training and supporting their peers.

We will be using the International Day of the Street Child to work more closely with UNICEF and encourage more police training. These measures will enable CSC to improve child protection measures in Ethiopia, which is the first step to reintegrating street children into mainstream society.


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Consortium for Street Children

Location: London, England - United Kingdom
Website: http:/​/​
Consortium for Street Children
Project Leader:
Simon Le Gouais
London, England United Kingdom

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