The Christian and Islamic perspectives on protecting children from violence and harmful practices

Organisation: Al-Azhar University, UNICEF Egypt Year: 2016

This series of reports was developed by UNICEF Egypt in partnership with the Islamic Centre for Population Studies and Research at Al-Azhar University and the Coptic Church of Egypt.

The reports draw on sacred texts from different religions to analyse Islamic and Christian perspectives on harmful practices affecting children, including child marriage, female genital mutilation/cutting, domestic and sexual abuse, trafficking, and child labour among others.

 

 

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