Pamphlets, Leaflets and Essays

Plain Talk About Spanking

Date: 1992

Author: Jordan Riak

Summary: Parents and Teachers Against Violence in Education (PTAVE) offers this publication for the benefit of children everywhere. The ideas that you will read here are not new. There have always been wise and perceptive people in every civilized culture who have practiced and advocated violence-free interactions with children. But, for the most part, their good example and good advice have been ignored or rejected, and the consequences to humanity have been incalculable. In these few pages we have attempted to summarize their message and offer it once again.


 

Hitting people is wrong – and children are people too                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Hitting people is wrong – and children are people too

Date: 2010

Author:Save the Children

Summary: The handbook provides basic information about corporal punishment of children – its definition, how common it is, why it is a fundamental breach of children’s human rights, how children feel about it and progress towards ending it. The handbook aims to help organizations and institutions develop campaigns to challenge all corporal punishment of children through public education and legal reform. Campaigns often meet strong resistance and a key section provides answers to arguments that are commonly raised in defence of corporal punishment.


The Non-Violent Christian Parent                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The Non-Violent Christian Parent

Date: 1998

Author:Al Crowell, MFT, Debbie Haskins and Teresa Whitehurst, PhD

Summary: A Christian perspective on raising children without hitting, while understanding age-appropriate capabilities of the child and corresponding tasks of the parent.


The Non-Violent Christian Parent (Spanish Version)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    The Non-Violent Christian Parent (Spanish Version)

Date: 2000

Author: Al Crowell, MFT, Debbie Haskins and Teresa Whitehurst, Ph.D. Translated by Tom Johnson

Summary: Una perspectiva cristiana en criar a niños sin el golpe, mientras que entiende la edad - capacidades apropiadas del niño y de las tareas correspondientes del padre.


The Sexual Dangers Of Spanking Children                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  The Sexual Dangers Of Spanking Children

Date: 2002

Author: Tom Johnson

Summary: An illuminating and frank explanation of how spanking the highly erogenous buttocks can create sexual childhood trauma that persists into adulthood.


Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children Stop hitting! Banning all corporal punishment of children - FAQs

Date: July 2017

Author: Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children

Summary: When we think about prohibiting all corporal punishment of children many questions arise, particularly in relation to the purpose of a legal ban and what prohibition will mean for parents and family life. This booklet aims to provide answers to these questions in a way that is accessible to children and young people.


Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children Prohibiting all corporal punishment of children - FAQs

Date: July 2017

Author: Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children

Summary: When we think about prohibiting all corporal punishment of children many questions arise, particularly in relation to the purpose of a legal ban and what prohibition will mean for parents and family life. This booklet aims to provide answers to the most frequently asked questions and dispel common misconceptions about the reasons for prohibition and its impact on families.


Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children Prohibiting corporal punishment in schools - FAQs

Date: July 2017

Author: Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children

Summary: When we think about prohibiting all corporal punishment of children many questions arise, particularly in relation to the purpose of a legal ban and what prohibition will mean for parents and family life. This booklet aims to provide answers to specific questions that often arise when moves are made to prohibit corporal punishment in schools.

Our Mission

The MISSION of the Action Team to End Hitting Children is to gather many people to do small jobs for the purpose of diminishing and finally ending the hitting of children. By "htiting" we mean to include beating, spanking, slapping, shaking, popping, and any other form of physical or emotional punishment that demeans the child and creates emotional, mental, and physical harm. Our strategy is to use many people to do small amounts of work that create momentum to make a difference. 

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