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#ChildrenToo

#CHILDRENTOO

What Is #ChildrenToo

The #ChildrenToo movement is a specific means of promoting awareness of child sexual abuse derived from the #MeToo movement which was initiated by activist, Tarana Burke who founded this movement to help survivors of sexual assault and to bring healing and awareness on the topic.

With the engagement of the #ChildrenToo movement, KinderJoy hopes to make a stand, to grasp the public’s attention with this topic, where children are often victims of child sexual abuse. As an early childhood education center, we understand just how important it is that parents, guardians, early childhood educators be wary of this topic and to be equipped with knowledge on Child Sexual Abuse.

To kickstart in advocating for the #ChildrenToo movement, KinderJoy will be organising a talk on Awareness and Prevention of Child Sexual Abusein collaboration with Protect and Save The Children (P.S The Children) on the 6th of July 2019.

A Talk on Awareness & Prevention
of Child Sexual Abuse

Details of Talk

The Talk will cover a Vast Range of Topics Such as:

  • Introduction to child rights and different scenarios in which we can practice protection of their rights
  • To understand that child sexual abuse comes in many forms, contrary to popular belief
  • Recognize the prevalence of child sexual abuse in Malaysia
  • To understand the dynamics of child sexual abuse (how it takes place, relationship of offender and child, etc)
  • To identify and recognize different signs and effects of child sexual abuse
  • To understand ways to approach disclosures of child sexual abuse

Time & Place

Date:   6th July 2019 ( Saturday )

Sessions: 

        Chinese  ( 9am – 12pmRegistration: 8:30am

        English   ( 1pm – 4pm )   Registration: 12:30pm

Sessions: 

 Chinese  ( 9am – 12pmRegistration: 8:30am

 English   ( 1pm – 4pm )   Registration: 12:30pm

Venue:    

        Tadika KinderJoy (Main Campus Auditorium)

Venue:    

Tadika KinderJoy (Main Campus Auditorium)

Price:    

Limited Edition KinderJoy #ChildrenToo Wristband 

The #ChildrenToo movement is a specific means of promoting awareness of child sexual abuse derived from the #MeToo movement which was initiated by activist, Tarana Burke who founded this movement to help survivors of sexual assault and to bring healing and awareness on the topic.

Adults Wristband

Kids Wristband

To further promote and advocate for the #ChildrenToo movement, KinderJoy has designed limited edition wristbands for both you and your children who participate on the day of the event.

How To Register

Registration can be done online through this link http://tiny.cc/kj0607 or you may scan this QR code which will direct you to the registration page.

  1. Register your details.
  2. If your children are accompanying you on the day, you may register their details as well.
  3. Upload the payment transcript into the designated area to complete your registration.
  4. Upon completion of your registration, you will receive a confirmation email with your details.
  5. Present your confirmation email to the person in charge at the registration counter on the day of the event.

Scan & Register

On the Event Day

Upon Registration at the counter, you will receive a goodie bag containing:

 

  1. Agenda booklet: feedback link will be attached in it.
  2. Limited Edition KinderJoy #ChildrenToo Wristband
  3. Others

Feedback Link

  • On the Agenda booklet, you will notice the feedback link on the bottom that would lead you to a feedback form.
  • Once you have completed the feedback survey of the talk you will receive a confirmation email verifying that you have attended the talk and will receive a certificate of attendance
  • You may proceed to the counter to collect your certificate

About Protect & Save The Children

Protect and Save The Children (P.S. the Children) is a non-profit organization that envisions a world that upholds the rights and dignities of every child from sexual abuse exploitation, in a culture that excuses nobody from sexual crime and violence, where communities not only have the courage to speak up, but are also committed to reach out.

With over two decades of experience, they’ve advocated, educated and provided case management support as well as therapy for victims of sexual abuse and exploitation. Their efforts have resulted in them reaching out to more than 12,000 children and 20,000 adults in the last 10 years, creating impacts through disclosures from the children and increasing the implementation of personal safety education in schools.

Furthermore, P.S. The Children have worked with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), centrally focusing on the implementation of programs and services to promote and protect the rights of children which would free them from sexual abuse and exploitation (CRC Articles 19, 34, 35). The Ministry of Education have also adopted their personal safety components into the pre-school curriculum.

About the Speakers

Hui Han

Hui Han completed her tertiary education at Help University College and graduated with a Bachelor of Psychology. She also completed her Masters in Clinical Counseling at the Australian Catholic University. Before joining Protect and Save the Children (P.S. the Children), Hui Han was a Child, Youth and Family worker as well as a family counsellor in Victoria, Australia.

She possesses vast experience working with children and their families. Hui Han then joined P.S. the Children as a case worker, where she works directly with the survivors of child sexual abuse by providing support to them and their families throughout the reporting process. She also conducts talks and workshops on the awareness and prevention of child sexual abuse in both English and Mandarin.

 

Alex Lee

Alex began completed his tertiary education in Help University and graduated with a Bachelor of Psychology. He then proceeded to complete a Masters in Child Psychology at UCSI University. Before joining Protect and Save the Children, Alex was a teacher and personal learning assistant, assisting students academically, behaviorally and socially.

He also had experience working with international school students with autism, applying cognitive-behavioral therapy skills in educating the children on behavioral management and emotional regulation.

Alex joined P.S. the Children as a trainer, where he conducts talks and workshops on the awareness and prevention of child sexual abuse in English. He also works directly with survivors of child sexual abuse and their families in case management.

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