Publications

Front cover of CCACPC progress briefing issue 2

“CCACPC progress briefing, issue 2”: Briefing (PDF) which highlights the human rights imperative to prohibit all violent punishment of children in all Caribbean states and territories, summarises the progress made towards prohibition and what remains to be done in each Caribbean state and territory and emphasises the many immediate opportunities for working to fulfil children’s right to protection in law from all corporal punishment.

Reference: Caribbean Coalition for the Abolition of Corporal Punishment of Children (2016), Progress towards prohibiting all corporal punishment of children in the Caribbean: Issue 2, March 2016, CCACPC. 

 

Front cover of CCACPC leaflet

 “CCACPC leaflet”: Leaflet (PDF) which introduces the CCACPC and its Advisory Group, answers common questions about prohibition, gives information on progress towards prohibition and explains how organisations and individuals can support an end to corporal punishment in the Caribbean.

Reference: Caribbean Coalition for the Abolition of Corporal Punishment of Children (2013), Prohibiting all corporal punishment of children in the Caribbean, CCACPC.

 

Front cover of Caribbean report 2012

“Caribbean report”: Report (PDF) which reviews progress towards prohibition of corporal punishment of children in all states and territories in the Caribbean in the context of follow-up to the UN Secretary General’s Study on Violence Against Children.

Reference: Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children with Global movement for Children in Latin America and the Caribbean (2012), Prohibiting corporal punishment of children in the Caribbean: Progress report 2012, Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children & Global Movement for Children in Latin America and the Caribbean.

 

 

For publications on progress across the world and in other regions, thematic publications, technical publications on achieving law reform and more see the Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children.