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Matthew McVarish interview
In this interview, Matthew McVarish discusses his commitment to walking ten thousand miles between Europe’s capitals as part of Road to Change, a program working to end child sexual abuse by ending the silence that surrounds it. In the next 18 years, over 30 million children will be sexually abused, and so McVarish is walking to spread awareness for this huge human rights issue. He recently stopped at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg to share his story and meet with some of Europe’s top experts on this issue.
Matthew McVarish interview
In this interview, Matthew McVarish discusses his commitment to walking ten thousand miles between Europe’s capitals as part of Road to Change, a program working to end child sexual abuse by ending the silence that surrounds it. In the next 18 years, over 30 million children will be sexually abused, and so McVarish is walking to spread awareness for this huge human rights issue. He recently stopped at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg to share his story and meet with some of Europe’s top experts on this issue.

The Lake – encouraging children to speak about family sex abuse
This powerful video encourages children suffering sexual abuse within their family to “break the silence” and speak about it. Created by French film director Roland Edzard, the video graphically illustrates – in the context of an apparently happy family picnic – the psychological pressure that family abusers can apply to their victims. The film was produced for the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) as part of the organisation’s ongoing “One in Five” campaign against sexual violence against children. It was also supported by the Cyprus-based A.G Leventis Foundation.
The Lake – encouraging children to speak about family sex abuse
This powerful video encourages children suffering sexual abuse within their family to “break the silence” and speak about it. Created by French film director Roland Edzard, the video graphically illustrates – in the context of an apparently happy family picnic – the psychological pressure that family abusers can apply to their victims. The film was produced for the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) as part of the organisation’s ongoing “One in Five” campaign against sexual violence against children. It was also supported by the Cyprus-based A.G Leventis Foundation.

Keep me safe
This film illustrates good practices taking place in different member states through prevention, education and protection of victims, and through promoting child-friendly justice.
Keep me safe
This film illustrates good practices taking place in different member states through prevention,
education and protection of victims, and through promoting child-friendly justice.