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Since 2015, Hintalovon Child Rights Foundation has been working on children’s rights
in Hungary through projects combining psychological and social services, child protection and legal knowledge. Hintalovon’s work focuses on violence against children, including protection from sexual exploitation, child safeguarding, children’s rights to education, and child participation. They provide free legal aid service to child victims, and to meet the increasing customer demand Hintalovon broadened and transformed their legal aid service, with the implementation of the anonymous Child Rights chatbot service.In 2021-2022 The Hintalovon Child Rights Foundation carried out a ground-breaking research project, Sexual Exploitation of Boys, as part of ECPAT International’s Global Boys’ Initiative. Aiming to identify the measures that need to be taken in terms of prevention and protection, the project takes an action-based approach to mitigating risks, setting up support services, and re-framing the stigma and taboos of boys’ sexual exploitation in Hungary.
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