Love and Violence
A message from CPCR Director,
Child protection is everyone’s responsibility.
For over 40 years, CPCR has a commitment to protect children who are victims of violence and unlawful care. We also build capacity on child protection practitioners and other actors in child protection processes and work with all duty bearers – families of children, schools and communities – to promote child safety and child safeguarding.
Feeling ‘YES’, Feeling ‘NO’
‘My Body is Mine, NOT Yours!
You must STOP when I said NO!’
A sex education program which educates children to avoid being sexually assaulted by people they trust and strangers.
CPCR and the Faculty of Liberal Arts, Maejo University conducts a media production training for students from the Program of Integrated Communication and the Program of Information and Communication. The training aims to educate them on understanding the negative impact of violence against children. Later, they can spread the ‘Stop Violence against Children’ campaign to others in their community.
Just One Word
'Safety Rangers Game'
‘Safety Rangers Game’ is a board game for children aged 9 – 12.
Children play safety rangers who use their own power, knowledge, wisdom and courage to fight against monsters.
Monsters in the game represent dangers or unsafe situations of everyday life.