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Lebanon / Beirut. 12 June 12, 2018 – UNICEF Lebanon launches a campaign, advocating for positive parenting to replace violent discipline under the tagline #ENDViolence. The launch was attended by Minister of Social Affairs, Pierre Abou Assi, UNICEF representative in Lebanon, Tanya Chapuisat, child protection sector representatives, partners and key donors including the Delegation of the European Union and the embassies of the United Kingdom, Canada and Denmark. 
An open panel discussion was attended by Pamela Zougheib, Director of Mother and Child Department at the Ministry of Health representing the minister, Director General of Ministry of Justice Judge Maysam Noueiri, General Director of Education in the Ministry of Education and Higher Education Mr. Fadi Yarak, Director General of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Judge Abdallah Ahmad, UNICEF Deputy Representative Violet Speek Warney, and moderated by journalist Giselle Khoury.
Photo Dar al Mussawir.

#ENDViolence – UNICEF Lebanon launches a campaign, advocating for positive parenting to replace violent discipline

#ENDViolence – UNICEF Lebanon launches a campaign, advocating for positive parenting to replace violent discipline

  Beirut, 12 June 2018 – Despite the fact that 69% of the Lebanese know it’s harmful to hit a child, more than 6 in 10 children are still subjected to violent discipline every month, across Lebanon. UNICEF is calling on all stakeholders; government, non-government organizations, community- and religious leaders as well as caregivers, to

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