|Thanks to the school’s psychological support, many students have overcome their personal problems. Photo: CTV / CVN|
After the Prime Minister issued Guideline No. 23 on May 26, 2020 to address strengthening issues for the acquisition and protection of children’s rights, governments, territories, ministries and branches emphasized on the implementation of issues related to prevention and prevention of violence against children.
Strict and timely intervention
The government has recently convened a conference to discuss measures to improve coordination between the agencies concerned. Participants agreed that the rigorous and timely intervention of relevant services at both central and local levels in dealing with incidents of child abuse has gradually built up the confidence of residents and the support of the public, thereby improving the efficiency of operations.
The Ministry of Labor, War Illegal and Social Affairs has coordinated well with international agencies in a number of areas, including protection, prevention and control of abuse and the promotion of the implementation of commitments on children’s rights.
According to a report by the Ministry of Police, 1,914 cases of child abuse were detected across the country last year, involving 2,198 and 1,987 children, a decrease of 31 cases from 2020.
“Vietnamese laws on the prevention of violence against children are relatively comprehensive and up-to-date. It is recognized and appreciated by international organizations. They also use a number of Vietnamese legal provisions to represent and support other countries“Labor, war is illegal and the Minister of Social Affairs, Dao Engok Dang, has been informed.
“In general, our legal system has implications. We have 27 million children who basically live in a healthy environment. It is an overall brilliant painting that has been recognized by the world“, He mentioned.
According to him, in recent times, cooperation between government agencies and child protection agencies has improved Cases are now resolved more quickly and efficiently. However, the fight against violence and child abuse is still limited. Some legal provisions regarding children have not been implemented in time yet.
National Telephone Answering Service
“Locals are still not interested in this question. Some have organized the Children’s Mid-Autumn Festival for billions of VND, but they have allocated little funds for public management of children.Minister Dr. Engok Dang lamented.
He said the National Child Protection Helpline number, 111, received responses from only two sectors: labor and the police, while a section of the local authority did not respond.
Violence and abuse against children must be prevented and reduced .
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Another problem highlighted by Mr. Dang is that social morality is deteriorating in part of the population. According to the Minister,Recent incidents of child abuse and violence are characteristic of this situation. In addition, family conflicts and adult behavior after divorce are also problematic. Many recent events have their origins in post-divorce family disputes“, He shared.
In addition to these social problems, the recent COVID-19 epidemic has had very serious consequences on children: positive for SARS-CoV-2, orphaned, traumatized by social distance systems …
In the near future, the Ministry of Labor will work with the relevant ministries and branches to amend the legal provisions on war illegal and social issues and to complete the existing child protection regulations. He will propose amendments to the Domestic Violence Prevention and Prevention Act.
The ministry will emphasize inter-regional coordination and take steps to expedite all cases and achieve the goal of identifying cases as soon as possible, providing the best possible assistance to the victims.
For its part, in its function and work structure, “Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism develops guidelines for combating and combating domestic violence involving children“The ministry is also preparing an implementation plan for a new situation to prevent and control domestic violence by 2025,” said Vice Minister Ta Kuang Dong.
In the process of drafting the Domestic Violence Prevention and Combating (Amendment) Act, it will continue to coordinate with relevant agencies and consult with experts to establish regulations. Adhoc.
For its part, the Ministry of Education and Training has created a school psychology guide from first grade to the final year to integrate it with the lessons, realizing that prolonged online education has psychologically affected students due to the epidemic.