Rafael Núñez | June 1, 2017 at 11:11 am
On the fast-pace world we are all living in, it seems harder for parents to set an age on kids in which they are mature enough to be left home alone. With all the hazards and risks that our kids are exposed to when there are no adults around them, it’s almost impossible to find a right age to do so.
Rafael Núñez | May 23, 2017 at 09:13 am
It is common for children who are being sexually abused to keep the situation to themselves, as they feel worried or ashamed of telling somebody older, fearing they might judge them or reprimand them. Knowing it is very hard for them to open up and speak about it, we offer you a few things you should look up for in a child when you have the suspicion they might be getting abused on a sexual manner. (more…)
Rafael Núñez | May 15, 2017 at 10:29 am
A study commissioned by the Children’s Commissioner for England, during 2015 and 2016, looked for a better understanding of kids and young adults’ experiences after having been sexually abused. The Making Noise project, held in England, sought to help victims in recognising, identifying and disclosing sexual abuse in the family and friend environment. Thus, making their lives easier for them, to talk about the issue and to find confidence and trust in themselves. (more…)
Rafael Núñez | April 6, 2017 at 02:10 pm
Did you know that in the UK, almost every ten minutes a police department receives a phone call denouncing a case of grooming? It’s a worrying amount of phone calls, don’t you think? Well, luckily for us, there are ways for preventing and supervising what are kids are watching and doing every time they go online.
As we have already stated on previous posts, grooming is the online approaching of adults towards minors, trying to earn our children’s trust and affection to finally appoint an encounter that might end up on sexual abuse. The attackers, generally, do not show themselves as adults, but they appear to be children around the same age as ours to appeal trustworthy and understanding for them. (more…)
Rafael Núñez | February 23, 2017 at 03:20 pm
Jeffrey Sandusky, 41, one of Jerry Sandusky’s adoptive sons (a retired college football coach), is confronting 14 charges for sexual abuse to minors. Jerry’s father, Jeffrey Sandusky, got imprisoned five years ago for similar charges, facing a sentence of 60 years in prison. Let’s not forget that, for over 10 years, Jeffrey Sandusky was in charge of a foundation that helped young boys in precarious situations to fulfil their dreams of playing football. For now, the bail imposed by the judge is for $ 200.000. (more…)
Rafael Núñez | February 16, 2017 at 01:38 pm
Founded in 2009 under the name of DNA Foundation, by Hollywood actors Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher, Thorn is an organization that seeks to stop human and children trafficking from all around the world.
The idea and concept of the foundation comes as a result of Demi watching a MSNBC documentary about human trafficking and sexual slavery in Cambodia. Disgusted by what she had just watched, Moore started a research to find out that these crimes do not only happen in Cambodia or Africa, but in the United States and the rest of the world, as well. (more…)
Rafael Núñez | September 26, 2016 at 12:21 pm
Brad Pitt is under investigation by the LAPD and L.A. County Dept. of Children and Family Services for allegedly getting verbally abusive and physical with his children, and that’s what triggered the divorce … TMZ has learned.
Sources familiar with the situation tell us, Brad, Angelina and their kids were on a flight last Wednesday when he allegedly got wasted on the private jet. He allegedly went wild, screaming and getting physical with the kids.
We’re told the plane landed at an airport around 8 PM, and witnesses say Pitt continued his rant on the tarmac, and even tried leaving in one of the fuel trucks.
Our sources say someone either on the plane or the tarmac anonymously reported the incident to the L.A. County Dept. of Children and Family Services. We’re told Brad and Angelina have already been interviewed and DCFS plans to interview the kids as well. That investigation is ongoing.
We’re also told the LAPD has the case … which is routine when anyone reports child abuse. We do not know the specifics of the alleged abuse … just that it was supposedly both verbal and physical.
Our sources say this incident triggered Jolie to separate from Brad the next day and file for divorce just days later.
A source close to Brad tells TMZ, “He takes the matter very seriously and says he did not commit any abuse of his children,” adding, “It’s unfortunate that people involved are continuing to present him in the worst possible light.”
Rafael Núñez | June 29, 2016 at 11:12 am
On April 23 – 27, CPCR, the Office of Basic Education Commission, and the Ministry of Education hosted an annual seminar focusing on creating safer schools for children. School boards and teacher leaders focused on for main topics: safeguarding in schools, positive discipline, sex education, and appropriate student behavior. They also developed a working plan for 2016.
CPCR invited Ticha na-Nakorn, Director of the Juvenile Observation and Protection Center in Baan Kanchanapisek, to share her experience supporting children in conflict with the law. “Change Your Attitude, Change Your Behavior” was her motto. She designs treatment programa based on child behavior. Family members also played a vital in supporting their children. Ms. na-Nakorn’s work inspired all participants to develop better programs in the future.