On 22.11.2011 SAPI started a campaign against the sexual abuse of children. Partners in the campaign are the Capital Municipality, the Municipality of Shoumen, the Municipality of Pazardjik, the SACS, radio N-Joy bTV, the Agency "Grei".
The campaign is implemented within the frames of the project "Childhood without abuse" (financed by the OAK Foundation) and the project "Protection of the right of the child victim of a crime to receive psychological help and child-friendly hearing" (financed by the Program "Fundamental Rights and Citizenship" of the EC).
The campaign was opened by Associate Professor Nelly Petrova, Chairperson of the MB of SAPI with participation in the morning broadcast of bTV. At the same time press conferences took place in the Capital Municipality and the Municipality of Shoumen where the journalists were introduced to the symptoms of abuse and the services that are offered to children victims of abuse. A media report on Nova TV was broadcast regarding the work of the professionals from the CSC in Sofia with children victims of sexual abuse.
News will be published about the planned activities in Shoumen, Pazardjik and Sofia.
The message of the campaign is: The children victims of sexual abuse want to become invisible. The focus is on the quality of the professional support of children, the vigilance of the parents, the support of the child and the creation of atmosphere conducive to sharing.
The website of the campaign is: www.detetosvidetel.org
Publications in the media: http://www.btv.bg/shows/tazi-sutrin/razgovori-gosti/story/640764998-Neli_Petrova_Vsyako_osmo_dete_e_bilo_jertva_na_seksualna_zloupotreba.html http://shum.bg/index.php?item=68295
The campaign has been organized and carried out for the first time in Poland in 2010 by the Nobody's Children Foundation.
The materials for the campaign have been created to be of public benefit by GreyWORLDWIDEPoland.
The materials published within the framework of the campaign have been provided for adaptation for free by the Nobody's Children Foundation.