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Sixty-three percent of online South Africans believe violence against children has become more frequent

[Johannesburg, 11 December 2014] - The majority of South Africans with access to the Internet (63%) believe violence against children has become more frequent in the last five years. This is in line with the global average of 62% in 28 countries believing that violence against children has become more frequent.

This is an important finding in view of today being International Human Rights Day and also the last day of the 16 Days of Activism Against Violence Against Women and Children.

These are the findings from a World Vision study conducted by Ipsos. The study: "Fearing Wrong", is based on a survey of 11 331 people from 28 countries, conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of international aid agency World Vision.
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Sixty-three percent of online South Africans believe violence against children has become more frequent

Last updated : 11 December 2014

 
 
 

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