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The Serbian edition of the book “What You Didn’t See” was presented at the ambassadorial residence of H.E. Jan Lundin. In his book, this former athlete and high jump world champion write about the sexual abuse he experienced as a child at the hands of his coach.

“In this way, we are drawing attention to the importance of protecting children from every kind of violence and abuse. This topic is very heavy, but also extremely important, and Sweden strongly supports the realisation of so-called “zero tolerance” towards sexual violence against children,” said Ambassador Lundin.

The promotion to present the Serbian edition of this autobiography, published by the Incest Trauma Centre – Belgrade, was attended by Swedish guests Ulla Lemberg and Johanna Lindquist, who launched the “Change attitude” Foundation in 2011.