CNet proudly supports BRIS, short for “Barnens rätt i samhället” – childrens rights in society. BRIS is an organization to advocate the rights and living conditions of children and young people in accordance with the UN Convention.
BRIS has daily contact with children and young people via chat, email and telephone. Chat and email can be reached via Bris.se, there is also a forum where children and young people can write and support each other.
The telephone number for BRIS in Sweden is 116111. It costs nothing to call, calls are not visible on the telephone bill and all who contact the organization are completely anonymous.
All requests receive an answer from a trained and experienced curator.
BRIS is member of CHI, (Children Helpline international) which, together with 183 other guides in 142 countries, receives over 14 million calls each year. In addition, the organization is part of Insafe, a European network that works for a safer everyday life for children and young people online.
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