2024 International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression, June 4. A well known Crusader against Child Abuse, Dr Eric Oluedo, has strongly condemned the pain and humiliation that children around the world suffer by being victims of physical, mental, and emotional abuse.

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2024 International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression, June 4. A well known Crusader against Child Abuse, Dr Eric Oluedo, has strongly condemned the pain and humiliation that children around the world suffer by being victims of physical, mental, and emotional abuse. Speaking on the Theme for the 2024 International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression, Dr Oluedo who is also an ADR Expert, warned on the grave danger the world faces by continuing Child Abuse practices in the face of Uncontrolled Artificial Intelligence and Digital Innovations in the hands of our abused and angry children.


More than two million children were killed in conflict in the last two decades.
About 10 million child refugees are cared for by the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR).
In the Latin America and in the Caribbean region about 80 thousand children die annually from violence that breaks out within the family.
Child abuse is now in the spotlight of global attention and the UN is working hard to help protect children around the world. One key factor is the process of international negotiation and action around the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Every day, children living in wars across the globe are facing unspeakable horrors. They are not safe sleeping in their homes or playing outside, learning in schools or seeking medical care at hospitals. From killing and maiming, abduction and sexual violence, to attacks on education wand health facilities, and the denial of the humanitarian assistance that they desperately need, children are being caught in the crosshairs of warring parties at a staggering scale.

Teaching Children to manage their anger and aggression from rampant cases of Child Abuse, has long-term benefits. These skills contribute to better mental health, improved relationships, and greater academic and career successes. Children who learn to handle their emotions constructively are less likely to engage in violent retaliatory behaviors and more likely to develop empathy and emotional intelligence. The good news is that today is also a day that the UN affirms its duty to protect children’s rights.

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