Fifteen children and youth, who are part of the ‘Cyber Safety Ambassadors’, an initiative by Sharjah’s Child Safety Department (CSD), participated in an interactive discussion to suggest innovative ideas and solutions for children’s online safety.
The Child Safety Department (CSD), a subsidiary of Sharjah’s Supreme Council for Family Affairs (SCFA), will organise the first Child Safety Forum at Al Jawaher Reception and Convention Centre on Sept.17, under the theme ‘Responsible Media… Safe Child’.
Police provided treatment, shelter and education until the end of the sentences of his parents imprisoned in financial cases
Key stakeholders in child welfare have strongly recommended a more socially-driven and collaborative approach to create community awareness to ensure child safety.
The relationship with new generations who have just begun to explore the world is more specialised and demanding than any other field in which experts and professionals engage.
Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar told reporters that 27-year-old suspect, Sohail Shahzad, has been identified through scientific investigation into the case using polygraphic and DNA tests.
The application “Mera Bacha Alert” would be connected with Pakistan Citizen Portal so that the progress on any case, including the recovery of the child, could be monitored, a press release issued by the PM Office Media Wing said.
From identifying types of bullying to learning strategies on dealing with bullies, the Child Safety Department (CSD), an affiliate of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs in Sharjah, organised several workshops that helped raise children’s awareness of bullying and skills needed to address it as part ofthe recently concluded National Bullying Prevention Week.
In the presence of nearly 400 parents, children and educators, child experts and cyber safety experts in the UAE have warned of the dangers of gaming addiction, urging parents to design and implement fun and engaging summer camps for their children at home during the long summer break.
Police warned of the dangers of parents failing to adequately monitor their children, stressing the importance of providing children with swimming vests if required, and ensuring all doors leading to pools are locked.