The Hungarian Permanent Representation to the Council of Europe organized the screening of the Oscar winning short fil Sing/Mindenki on 22 November to raise awareness to the European Day against the sexual abuse and exploitation fo children (18 November) as well as the Universal Day of the Rights of the Child (20 November). The live action short film titled Sing (Mindenki/Everyone in Hungarian) is about solidarity and the power of community between children. The film is also thought provoking and shedding light on the responsibility of adults, teacher, education systems and perhaps society as a whole regarding children. 

The film screening was preceded by an opening speech of Ambassador Ágnes Kertész and the Deputy Secretary General iof the Council of Europe H.E. Gabriella Battaini-Dragoni. The Deputy Secretary General stressed the importance of the european Day to End Child Sex Abuse and recalled the importance of the campaign Start to Talk, which has been launched in 2018.

The campaign was also in the focus of this year's European Day, trying to shed light on the sexual abuses of children in the sports context. To learn more about the campaign visit