Queen Silvia attended a conference held in Vienna, Austria

On June 1, 2016, Queen Silvia of Sweden attended the conference of 'Towards Childhoods free from Corporal Punishment' held in Austria, Vienna. Queen Silvia gave an opening speech at the conference. Queen Silvia met with Austrian Minister of Families and Youth Sophie Karmasin. (The event ‘Towards Childhoods free from Corporal Punishment’, is being organised by the Austrian Ministry of Families and Youth. It aims to discuss current legal, societal challenges related to the corporal punishment of children in all settings, including in the family home.)
Queen Silvia of Sweden attended the conference of 'Towards Childhoods free from Corporal Punishment' held in Austria, Vienna.
Queen Silvia of Sweden attended the conference of 'Towards Childhoods free from Corporal Punishment' held in Austria, Vienna.
Queen Silvia of Sweden attended the conference of 'Towards Childhoods free from Corporal Punishment' held in Austria, Vienna.
Queen Silvia of Sweden attended the conference of 'Towards Childhoods free from Corporal Punishment' held in Austria, Vienna.
Queen Silvia of Sweden attended the conference of 'Towards Childhoods free from Corporal Punishment' held in Austria, Vienna.
Queen Silvia of Sweden attended the conference of 'Towards Childhoods free from Corporal Punishment' held in Austria, Vienna.
Queen Silvia of Sweden attended the conference of 'Towards Childhoods free from Corporal Punishment' held in Austria, Vienna.

3 comments:

  1. Bless her heart. She works hard, always on the go, for worthwhile causes. Thanks Your Majesty.

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  2. Bless her heart. She works hard, always on the go, for worthwhile causes. Thanks Your Majesty.

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