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World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Survivors of child violence tell their stories – Full version” – below is their description.
Hear the stories from survivors of child violence including stories about sexual abuse, intimidation, fear, rape, brutal violence and being kept locked up. These stories need to be heard, as we need to understand the true nature of child violence, and its lasting impact on people from all walks of life, and from every corner of the globe.
For more information on ending violence against children: https://www.who.int/health-topics/violence-against-childrenWorld Health Organization (WHO) YouTube Channel
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