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Alexandrecu, Gabriela et al. (2005), Ending Physical and Humiliating Punishment of Children: Making it Happen, Part 1 and Part 2 Annexes, International Save the Children Alliance

Child Rights Information Network (2010), Report of the Middle East & North Africa technical workshop: Law reform to prohibit all forms of corporal punishment of children, June 30 – July 2, 2010, Beirut, Lebanon

Children’s Rights Project, Community Law Centre, University of Western Cape, Article 19 [journal]

Committee on the Rights of the Child (2006), General Comment No.8 on “The right to protection from corporal punishment and other cruel or degrading forms of punishment (articles 19, 28(2) and 37, inter alia)

Committee on the Rights of the Child (2001), General Comment No.1 on “The aims of education

Council of Europe (2008), Eliminating Corporal Punishment: A human rights imperative for Europe’s children, 2nd edition, Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing

Council of Europe (2007), Abolishing corporal punishment of children: Questions and answers, Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing

Council of Europe (2007), Parenting in contemporary Europe: A positive approach, Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing

Council of Europe (2007), Views on positive parenting and non-violent upbringing, Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing

Council of Europe (2007), Resources for awareness raising on the need for, and implementation of, prohibition

Council of Europe Committee of Ministers (2006), Recommendation Rec (2006) 19 on policy to support positive parenting, Strasbourg: Council of Europe

Durrant, J. E. (2007), Positive Discipline: What it is and how to do it, Save the Children Sweden Southeast Asia and the Pacific (contact scs@seap.savethechildren.se)

Durrant, J. E. (2000), A Generation without Smacking: The impact of Sweden’s ban on physical punishment, London: Save the Children

Early Childhood Matters (2006), Violence against young children: A painful issue, June 2006, No.106

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2009), Campaigning for law reform to prohibit corporal punishment: Understanding the need for prohibition – Summary Briefing 1 (also available in Arabic and French)

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2009), Campaigning for law reform to prohibit corporal punishment: Reviewing current law – Summary Briefing 2 (also available in Arabic and French)

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2009), Campaigning for law reform to prohibit corporal punishment: Drafting prohibiting legislation – Summary Briefing 3 (also available in Arabic and French)

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2009), Campaigning for law reform to prohibit corporal punishment: Building a national strategy – Summary Briefing 4 (also available in Arabic and French)

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2009), Campaigning for law reform to prohibit corporal punishment: Working with Government and Parliament – Summary Briefing 5 (also available in Arabic and French)

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2009), Campaigning for law reform to prohibit corporal punishment: Using legal action and regional and international human rights mechanisms – Summary Briefing 6 (also available in Arabic)

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2009), Campaigning for law reform to prohibit corporal punishment: Key resources to support campaigning – Summary Briefing 7 (also available in Arabic)

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2009), Prohibiting corporal punishment of children: A guide to legal reform and other measures (also available in French and Spanish)

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2009), Prohibiting all corporal punishment of children: Frequently Asked Questions (English, French and Spanish). Child-friendly version (English, French and Spanish)

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2009), Prohibiting corporal punishment in schools: Positive responses to common arguments

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2011), Ending corporal punishment of children: a handbook for working with and within religious communities

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2011), Prohibiting all corporal punishment in schools: Global Report 2011

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2012), Prohibiting and eliminating corporal punishment in all alternative care and day care settings

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2012), Prohibiting and eliminating corporal punishment in all alternative care and day care settings. Reprinted October 2012.

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (2013), Ending legalised violence against children: Global report 2013

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children & Save the Children (2014), Prohibiting corporal punishment of children in Central Asia, South East Asia and the Pacific: Progress report 2014

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment Children (2014), Prohibiting all corporal punishment of children: progress and delay, March 2014 edition

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children & Save the Children Sweden (2010), Campaigns Manual: Ending corporal punishment and other cruel and degrading punishment of children through law reform and social change(English, French, Spanish)

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children, The African Child Policy Forum & Save the Children Sweden (2010), Ending legalised violence against children: All Africa report 2010

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 (2013) Prohibiting corporal punishment: achieving equal protection for children in EU member states

International Save the Children Alliance (2008), Towards the universal prohibition of all violent punishment of children, Stockholm: Save the Children Sweden

Martin, Florence & Parry-Williams, John (2006), The Right Not to Lose Hope: Children in conflict with the law – a policy analysis and examples of good practice, Save the Children

Modig, C. (2009), Never Violence: Thirty Years on from Sweden’s Abolition of Corporal Punishment, Stockholm: Government Offices of Sweden/Save the Children Sweden

Owen, S. (2009), Prohibiting all corporal punishment in Southeast Asia and the Pacific: Report of the regional technical workshop for Save the Children and partners, “Building effective child protection” (Bangkok, Thailand, 2-4 March 2009), Save the Children Sweden

Parents and Teachers Against Violence in Education (PTAVE), Plain Talk About Spanking, 2011 edition

Save the Children Sweden (2009), East and Central Africa Regional Technical Workshop on Law Reform to Prohibit All Corporal Punishment – Nairobi, Kenya

South African Department of Education (2000), “Alternatives to Corporal Punishment: The Learning Experience

South African Law Commission (2000), Juvenile Justice Report

South Asia Initiative to End Violence Against Children (SAIEVAC) (2011), Prohibition of corporal punishment of children in South Asia: a progress review

Swedish Ministry of Health and Social Affairs/Ministry for Foreign Affairs (2001), Ending Corporal Punishment – Swedish Experience of Efforts to Prevent All Forms of Violence against Children – and the Results, Stockholm: Ministry of Health and Social Affairs/Ministry for Foreign Affairs

UNICEF (n.d.), Justice for Children: Detention as a Last Resort – Innovative initiatives in the East Asia and Pacific Regions

Willow, C. (2009), Involving children and young people in violence prevention and protection: Executive summary of regional technical workshop for Save the Children and partners, Amari Watergate Hotel, Bangkok, 5-6 March 2009, Save the Children Sweden

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