The Arab-Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect was founded in 2004 after its first Arab conference in the Kingdom of Jordan and continued its development at its second conference in Sana’a in 2007 and its third conference in Saudi Arabia in Riyadh in 2009. The Arab Society adopts all the Arab, Islamic and international efforts, both governmental and voluntary, in the field of the rights of the child and protecting him against any violation of his or her rights or violates it. The Association focuses on the training of Arab professionals in the social, legal, health, educational and media sectors in the field of prevention and protection against violence against children, depending upon Arab cultural and cultural values, international and Islamic conventions and conventions, the initiatives of governmental institutions and civil society institutions, And judicial.
Ensure that children in the Arab world enjoy a non-violent environment, that violence against them is unacceptable in any form and anywhere, and that the efforts of the professional sectors to prevent and protect against violence against children are consistently and harmoniously promoted.
An Arab world free from violence against children
The Arab-Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (SPCAN) enhances the knowledge and skills of professionals who deal with children in general and who deal with children exposed to risk factors and children who have been exposed to violence and professionals who provide treatment, rehabilitation and social integration services.