“Respect! My Body!”
A handbook for grown-ups on how to talk with children about body boundaries and sexual abuse
The Embassy of Sweden in Hanoi, Save the Children Vietnam and the Vietnam Program for Internet and Society under Hanoi University for Social Sciences and Humanities jointly invite you to the launching event of the handbook “Respect! My Body” in Vietnamese.
Place: Trung Hoa Lower Secondary School, 3 Lane 22 Trung Kính Street, Cầu Giấy District, Hà Nội
Time: 9:00AM 23 May 2017
(If you feel there are other teachers, parents or journalists whom have interests and should be invited, please feel free to share this invitation and do let us know)
The handbook “Respect! My Body!”, released by Save the Children Sweden as part of their integrated child sexual abuse campaign, offers advice and tips to parents, teachers, educators, those work in NGOs and other adults on how to teach children of different ages to protect themselves from sexual abuse and how to speak openly about sexuality, private body parts, safe and unsafe touching, and what is and what is not allowed for adults to do when in contact with children. This is a powerful book for enhancing children’s self-esteem. The handbook has been published in Swedish, English, Spanish, Arabic…etc and is made available in Vietnamese. Be the first to know!