The secretary said children and adolescents were the biggest victims of violations in Brazil

05/10/2022 – 14:40

Zeka Ribeiro / Chamber of Deputies

Leandre considers the priority given to LDO for childhood a victory

Mauricio Cunha, National Secretary for the Rights of the Child and Adolescents, reports that in 2021, Dial 100 has more than 100,000 allegations of human rights abuses against children and adolescents – a number from the Ministry of Women, Families and Human Rights. Receives allegations of human rights violations.

“Unfortunately, it is the population that suffers the most, and those who suffer the most in Brazil are the most vulnerable, compared to other vulnerable groups. Dial 180 contains more allegations of violence against women. “It simply came to our notice then.

The statement was made this Tuesday (10) during a debate on “Fighting Violence in Early Childhood” hosted by the Women’s Secretariat of the Chamber of Deputies. Parliamentary Front Early childhood mix. The debate is part of Mayo Laranga’s campaign to prevent child and adolescent abuse and sexual exploitation.

The Secretary also drew attention to the under-reporting of the case. According to him, some authors estimate that, for each complaint, 20 more are not made. On May 18, the National Day for the Prevention of Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Children and Adolescents, the Secretariat will launch the National Plan for the Prevention of Violence against Children and Adolescents. According to him, until then, Brazil had a plan to combat sexual violence only against children and adolescents, and the new plan would cover physical, emotional and institutional violence in addition to sexual abuse and sexual exploitation.

The plan will guide and direct states, municipalities and civil society organizations and will bring in action, indicators for measuring outcomes, those responsible for action and partners.

Zeka Ribeiro / Chamber of Deputies

Erica Coke defended the early childhood resource allocation test

Budget
Deputy Erica Coke (PT-DF) said it was important to monitor early childhood budgets to find out how much is actually being allocated to the policy for this age group. He also suggested developing a specific plan for early childhood, with indicators to serve as a parameter for states and municipalities, such as the National Education Plan.

Its coordinator Parliamentary Front Early Childhood, Deputy Leandre (PSD-PR) reported that a working group at the front was dedicated to creating markers to track childhood investments in the ministry’s budget. He described the priorities in the Budget Guidelines as a victory.I do) For childhood, which will also be free [[g contingenciamento]He added that an indication has already been sent to the government for details of the plan for childhood and he said the government has already confirmed the details of the plan, which will be sent for analysis by MPs.

The deputy noted that child victims of violence have no defense or voice and that violence endangers their present and future. “This child who has not been helped at the beginning of his life has a tendency to do bad things at school, drop out of school, be at risk for crime and drugs, have difficulty entering the job market and become more dependent.” On the state ”, he assessed.

Leandre further noted that such violence often occurs indoors, where the child should be protected. In the epidemic, he noted, the situation has worsened, with children being left indoors with aggressors. According to the deputy, new forms of violence are still emerging, such as through social networks, especially child pornography. In addition, he points to another form of violence that affects Brazilian children: hunger.

“A ghost that haunts our country again and the children of Brazil will surely starve again. This is another form of violence against our children, which worries us a lot and forces the actors of the safety network to work on this issue, which has a very negative impact on the future of children, “he said.

Report – Lara Haje
Georgia Mores

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