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by The Conversation
June 4, 2021

The discovery of the graves of 215 Indigenous children makes it clear that preventable deaths were always a part of the Indian Residential School system.

by Gregory Reid

Written by a male sexual abuse survivor, this booklet helps parents identify if their son has been sexually abused and gives advice on helping him to recover.

by Candice Lucey

Emotional abuse controls, intimidates, subjugates, demeans, punishes, or isolates another person without leaving bruises, but causes degradation, humiliation, or fear.

by BBC

The UN rates Norway one of the best countries for a child to grow up in. And yet too many children, according to a large number of Norwegian experts, are taken into care without good reason.

by Dr. Peter Hammond

Are you raising a bully, a victim or a bystander?

by helpguide.org

Many elderly adults are abused in their own homes, in relatives’ homes, and even in facilities responsible for their care. Learn about the warning signs of elder abuse, what the risk factors are, and how you can prevent and report the problem.

by Jacqueline Willliams
December 14, 2017

A royal commission investigating the sexual abuse of children in Australia found Friday that the nation was gripped by an epidemic dating back decades, with tens of thousands of children sexually abused in schools, religious organizations and other institutions.

by Heart Publications
November 21, 2017

Satanist Ritual Abuse is a brutal form of abuse of children, youth and vulnerable adults, consisting of physical, sexual and psychological abuse, and involving the use of Satanist rituals.

by David Levine
October 31, 2017

Much in the news lately, sexual harassment has serious mental health consequences for the victim.

by Faithwire

Thousands inside the war ravaged African nation are being exploited because of the cobalt mine industry, a trade that is financed by the United States and China’s consumption of smart phones and electronic cars.

Author: Gregory Reid

"I belong to a company of men and boys, mostly silent and scared. So few have survived well enough to talk about it. I know I have to talk, because I DID survive, and because I see them in every group I meet, from five to seventy-years-old suffering, silent victims who are not really considered REAL victims by many."

by Michael Houdmann

Abuse is a learned behavior, and if we allow it to happen and continue, we are in fact accepting it. We cannot and should not accept verbal or emotional abuse, for at least two reasons: it dishonors the Lord and it often escalates to physical abuse.

by Dennis Rainey

Let me begin by saying that I cannot think of a circumstance in a marriage or family that could justify abuse of any kind - emotional, mental, physical, or sexual. Abusive behavior was never and can never be a part of God's plan for a marriage or a family.

by Investigative Sergeant Patrick Crough

We must make it a point to communicate with our children every day to learn what is going on in their lives and who they are having daily contact with. Our children are exposed to school staff, counselors, coaches, day care providers, summer camp staff, and/or babysitters every day. Their social horizons have been expanded at a far too rapid pace.

by Lighthouse Trails Editors
August 29, 2011

If you have children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews,or friends with children, or if you work with children, we hope you’ll read this article. With Lighthouse Trails’ motto, “bringing light to areas of darkness,” we have been reporting on child sex abuse and the “new” sexuality since the beginning of Lighthouse Trails. Some may feel that sex abuse and the “new” sexuality do not fall within the parameters of exposing spiritual deception, but we believe it does. Why are we doing this? It’s quite simple, really. What is sown today will bear fruit tomorrow. In other words, what we do for or against the younger generation (children, teens, and young adults) today will be evident in how they function as Christians tomorrow.

by Peter Sidebotham

As a paediatrician, I have had to face the reality of child abuse as being part of everyday life for many children. In this article, I want to present a biblical perspective on the problem of child abuse in order more clearly to understand its roots and learn how we can respond.