Member profile

Organization

Instituto WCF - Brasil (Childhood Brasil)

Constituency

Civil Society

Country/Region

Brazil

Organisation Description

Childhood Brasil is a Brazilian organization part of the World Childhood Foundation, an international institution established by H.M. Queen Silvia of Sweden, in 1999, to protect childhood and ensure children to be children.

Since 1999, Childhood Brasil fights for a childhood free from sexual exploitation and abuse. An organization that supports projects, develops regional and national programs, influences public policies, and transforms the life of many children and adolescents. It also builds capacity in different agents, guiding each one on how to deal with the issues, promoting prevention, and building the network of protection for girls and boys.

With its registered office in São Paulo, Childhood Brasil is certified as a Civil Society Organization of Public Interest (OSCIP) and an Entity for the Promotion of Human Rights.

Issues

Sexual violence

Sector

Health

Women and gender equality

Media

Research

Private Sector

Network

Early Childhood Development

Social Services/Child Protection

Social Protection

Education

Justice/Law Enforcement

Human Rights

Security

Trade and Labor