American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children Newsletter

The most recent issue of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children focuses specifically on physical punishment of children. In the newsletter APSAC publishes its position statement opposing the use of corporal punishment on children in all…Read More

Words from 2017 In Support of Children Vigil

Here are some presentations made at IN SUPPORT OF CHILDREN's 2017 Vigil honoring and remembering children who have died at the hands of those who should care for them.

12 Annual Vigil for Children Who Die at the Hands of Those Who Should Care for Them

Students from In Support of Children at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA are sponsoring their 12th Annual Vigil to remember and honor children killed by those who should care for them. This happens in every country. unfortunately the United States leads…Read More

Report from the Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children

See this latest Report on Progress made during 2016. One 1/4 of the countries of the world have ended legal support for corporal punishment of children!! In 1989 there was one!!…Read More

Global Partnership to End Violence against Children

In Support of Children recently joined the Global Partnership to End Violence against Children. Our work to end corporal punishment is a place to start valuing children, their world and their process of development! The Global…Read More

There are now 51 countries that have banned Corporal Punishment in All Contexts

The Global Initiative to End Corporal Punishment of Children announces that Slovenia has recently joined 50 other nations in prohibiting corporal punishment of children in all contexts. (See the link below for more information).…Read More

Dr. Karen A. Polonko, Leader of ISOC Passes

.Dr. Karen A. Polonko, long time leader in the movement to end corporal punishment of children, passed away on August 22, 2016, at her home in Norfolk, Virginia. Karen's passing followed a nearly year long battle with pancreatic cancer. Karen is survived by…Read More
See more


to comment