Our Mission

Protecting the rights and wellbeing of EVERY child
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Values: Protection and defense of the child (CRC) from any situation of vulnerability.

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Education: Strategies and programs to prevent trauma and ensure an integral development.

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Humanity: A global platform against violence from infancy to adolescence.

Our Causes

Awareness-raising measures

Human Rights Education & Role models to predict and prevent violence. Read More

Education and Youth Counseling

Student, Teacher & Family training to improve living and learning environments. Read More

Institutional & Ngo’s Advising

Policy Analysis and Evaluation of programs with cross-functional management. Read More

Testimonials

What our children are saying

How do you know if someone loves for real? How can we know love? The one that is true, because sometimes people say – I love you -,.but it doesn’t look like they really mean it... or they say it, but then they do things that… I don’t know… I don’t think that is Love... like… true love?. - Leire, 11

We are not at all taken into account in the sport's issue, it is always football and basketball ... it would be nice to have athletics and volleyball in all schools because then girls could participate, but it is always the same. It's not fair. - Paula, 13

I play on the school's football league, and I don't understand that there are parents who get upset during the games, and they start screaming to us from outside. They're worse than the coach! And sometimes they start swearing and insulting, and if we lose you wouldn't believe the anger. - Aitor, 14

The problem of the school climate is that teachers don't care about us. They teach the class, period. To me, they are here just because, they only intervene when there is a big issue going on, and sometimes not even that because the director or the head of studies deals with it. - Roberto, 15

I think overall the parents are too busy with their things, their jobs and stuff, and when they have time they prefer to do their own things rather than worrying about how we are. They see the grades, period. They only care about the grades. - Ana, 13

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