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Individual survey about collaboration around child sexual abuse responses in countries

ISPCAN is working to develop a framework to help communities form a child-centered, coordinated response across sectors by understanding strengths, challenges, and promising practices globally. This will help us to understand the baseline situation and develop practical guidance. Please take 15 minutes to provide your input about how this works in your country or region to the best of your knowledge.

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* 1. Which of the below best describes your discipline or role in child protection?

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* 2. In what country do you currently work and/or provide services? Please complete one survey per region if you work in more than one region.

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* 3. How would you describe the region in which you work and/or provide services? Check all that apply.

The World Health Organization defines child sexual abuse as the involvement of a child in sexual activity with an adult or another child who, by age or development, is in a relationship of power or trust. Child sexual abuse occurs when a child is involved in sexual activity that they do not fully comprehend, are unable to give informed consent to, or for which the child is not developmentally prepared and cannot give consent to, or that violates the laws or social taboos of society. 

Based on this definition, please respond to the following questions.

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* 4. Does the region in which you work and/or provide services have a law mandating the report of child sexual abuse?

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