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Nobody is allowed to harm you

A publication produced in partnership with the Child Rights Centre, Nobody is Allowed to Harm You, is a book for children and young people that has been created to help them understand what abuse and neglect means.

The book was developed with input from children and young people, including those with intellectual disabilities. It has been translated into Braille as well as English and was launched at a promotional event for young people from the general population, young people with intellectual disabilities and for adults/professionals who are responsible for the implementation of child rights, as well as a few organisations that provide services to blind and visually impaired children and those that provide services or support to young people with impaired hearing. 

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