The Global Initiative produces a range of publications, many in collaboration with partners. Increasingly we aim to translate publications as advocacy requires. All our publications are intended for advocacy purposes and all are free of charge. For an overview of our publications, see this leaflet.
This series of three booklets provides answers to the questions that arise when we think about prohibiting all corporal punishment of children, including questions and answers for children and young people, and questions that relate specifically to prohibiting corporal punishment in schools. They are available in Albanian, English, French, Mandarin, Spanish and Russian, with more languages coming soon.
Each year the Global Initiative publishes a report on progress towards universal prohibition of corporal punishment and other significant developments. Current and past editions are available here. Also available are our global "progress and delay" leaflets.
The Global Initiative publishes regular reports on progress towards prohibition of all corporal punishment in regions across the world. Also available are our regional "progress and delay" leaflets and our regional progress briefings.
Here you will find the Global Initiative's reports setting out the obligation to prohibit and eliminate corporal punishment - and progress towards achieving this - in the context of other cross cutting human rights, including children's rights in relation to health, education and juvenile justice.
Here you can find a range of handbooks, guides and briefings to support organisations campaigning for law reform to prohibit corporal punishment.
The Global Initiative prepares submissions to treaty monitoring bodies and other international and regional human rights mechanisms to inform discussions and the drafting of key documents on the immediate need and obligation to prohibit and eliminate all corporal punishment of children.
Published by the Global Initiative, these resources are designed to support advocacy for the prohibition and elimination of all corporal punishment of children.
These resources are not published by the Global Initiative but are key documents for advocating law reform to prohibit corporal punishment at national, regional and international level.