United States — in the first place among the developed countries on violence against children in 2011.

78 percent of children dying from abuse in the U.S. are dying because of "neglect of a child's life," that is just as dead Dima Yakovlev, enclosed in a hot car for hours.

In December, unveiled a fresh National Child Maltreatment 2011 report on the situation in the 51 states of the USA on violence against children in 2011. Figures show an epidemic of child abuse. Every 10 seconds in the United States are reports of violence against a child or children.

Every day in the United States dies from abuse of 5 children. 80% of them had reached the age of 5.

U.S. human rights activists point out that to date, the country ranks first among developed countries on violence against children. For the year 2011 in the United States government agency has received more than 3.4 million applications for the violence committed on more than 6 million children.

50-60% of child deaths in the U.S. do not get the proper registration in the certificate of death.

Every five hours a child dies from the U.S. domestic violence. National crisis. Film BBC.

Link to movie http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-15288865

Quotes from the movie 

Every five hours a child dies or the United States of violence, or an oversight. More than half — children up to 5 years.

Recent government figures show that 1,770 children were allegedly killed in 2009.

A recent report by Congress has concluded that the actual number is closer to 2,500 victims.

The fact is that the U.S. — the worst country on violence against children in the developed world.

In a democratic country the richest 66 children under the age of 15 years, weekly or die from physical abuse or neglect of their needs. (My comments.: Dima Yakovlev was killed, according to the judges, the neglect of his needs, the punishment adoptive father was not followed).

Even if you take into account the size of the population, a study by UNICEF on 2001 child mortality from abuse puts the U.S. on a par with Mexico. (My comment: They postulated that in poor countries and poor families, the risk of violence against children is higher than in rich ones.)

In Texas, that is one of the worst states on the situation of violence against children, Dalassky Medical Center meets all of the growing number of children. exposed to violence. Meanwhile, the Houston center dedicated to the issue of sexual violence, expanding its range of services, takes a year to 5,000 children. Some of them — just a few weeks old.

In Washington, politicians are beginning to recognize what is now considered a "national crisis".


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