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Embassy of children

Embassy of children: For the protection of children

This project aims to assist children who are victims of child abuse by providing them with assistance and access to doctors and lawyers, protecting them from violence.

THE FIRST CENTRE FOR CHILDREN WHO ARE VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE IN TUNISIA

This project will aim to better adapt to the needs of the children and to the parents who have been rejected from a space of support and welcome.

Mission

Welcoming and protecting children who are victims of violence and sexual abuse by accompanying their reintegration into society.

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Long term goal

Opening the first reception center will be rehabilitated to accommodate vulnerable children and children victims of violence. A direct procedure will be put in place to enable the reception center to host around 60 beneficiaries per year. A plea will also be made for changes in the Tunisian legislation, to promote the right to safety and well-being for children and further protect their rights by law.  This pilot project will serve as an example for other reception centers in the country and the region and will lead to an impact assessment and the drafting of a chart applicable in all regions in coordination with the Ministry of Family Affairs.

The center works on three pillars:

1. Temporary reception of minors who are victims of violence in an emergency, by providing them with a secure place to stay, adequate listening to their voice as victims, medical, psychiatric, and educational support, and support for reintegration or referral to another specialized service.

2. Provide information and raise awareness.

3. Offer legal and psychological care for minors in general, who will have the possibility to access the dedicated spaces freely.

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