‘If you can’t say it, write it’: French kids reveal abuse


              This photo provided by association "Les Papillons (Butterflies) shows its head Laurent Boyet in Perpignan, southern France, in Feb. 2022. A new campaign in France allows young children to flag abusive attacks by simply dropping letters in easily accessible mailboxes across the country, for experts to assess. And the results have led to several police investigations, while giving a rare and shocking snapshot of the scale of child abuse in France. (Association Les Papillons via AP)
            
              In this photo provided by association Les Papillons (Butterflies), a mailbox to allow children to share their experiences under the motto: "if you can't say it, write it." is pictured in a school in Rouen, Normandy, France in 2021. A new campaign in France allows young children to flag abusive attacks by simply dropping letters in easily accessible mailboxes across the country, for experts to assess. And the results have led to several police investigations, while giving a rare and shocking snapshot of the scale of child abuse in France. (Association Les Papillons via AP)
‘If you can’t say it, write it’: French kids reveal abuse