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The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child has adopted General Comment 25 which ensures children's rights online. It includes children's civil rights, freedom, privacy, non-discrimination, protection, education and many other related topics in a digital environment.
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Read the personal story of Magdalena: ”How I Almost Lost Myself in the Justice System Maze”. This brave girl tells us a story about her life and experience with the Serbian justice system.
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On the occasion of the other six months of the implementation of the two-year project "Positive Parenting" implemented by the Center for the Rights of the Child (CPD) from January 1, 2020, with EU financial support under the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights in Serbia, Child Righ
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Adults are responsible for the safety of children in any context. But for their safety, children need to know a few things themselves, and we rely on you, child protection or sports professionals, or even parents and teachers, to spread these messages.
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Scotland is the first nation in the UK to remove 'justifiable assault' from the law, meaning that children now have the same protection from violence as adults, and this has led
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In November 2020, the "Second Match" webinar took place, and it was addressed to specialists in sports, education and child protection.
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As detailed in the Factsheet Foster Care 2019, in the Netherlands 23.272 children lived with foster parents for a shorter or longer period in 2019, but the Youth Institute estimates, that in 50% of the cases, siblings are not placed together.
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The impact of brutal violence in northern Mozambique through the eyes of 10-year-old Maria. UNICEF is calling for the urgent protection of children like Maria, who are facing the devastating impacts of conflict, cyclones and COVID-19.
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The news by Jo Becker (Advocacy Director, Children's Rights Division) describes observed progress related to children in various countries (Sierra Leone, and
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Representatives of the SACP (State Agency for Child Protection) participated in the national conference "Children's participation - a prerequisite for a successful
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Ahead of marking the International Human Rights Day on December 10, the First Children's Embassy Megjashi presented Alternative Report of the Non-Governmental Organizations on the State of Children’s Rights in Macedonia.
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The Guardian's Helen Pidd reports that Unicef has recommended the use of Tasers and spit hoods on children should be banned in the UK.
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The purpose of the Guide is to raise awareness of the importance of zero tolerance for discrimination and create conditions for a safe and stimulating environment for all participants in educational institutions - children, parents, employees.
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The regular annual Assembly of the Network of the Organization for Children of Serbia (MODS) was held on November 25, 2020, due to the situation with KOVID-19, in online format.
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'The Council of Europe' reports that the Committee of Ministers, representing the 47 Council of Europe member states, has adopted the Action Plan for the Republic of Moldova for the years 2021-2024.
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The written submission to the Committee on the Rights of the Child deals with how Germany complies with the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
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This report was made by a team of 13 children, aged from 12 to 17 years old, from several cities, reflecting the findings of the Survey on the Situation of the Child Rights, surveying more than 1000 children throughout the country, but also their personal and peers’ experience.
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On World Children's Day, November 20th, 2020, Friends of Children of Serbia, in cooperation with the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, held a national online conference "Children's Rights in the Age of COVID-19" with the participation of high school students - representatives of studen
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  In the International Day for Children's Rights the message that was conveyed through a press release from the EU and main Organizations of Child's Rights asks for everyone to "Raise the voice and #Reimagine a better world for every child in Albania".
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This year, the COVID-19 pandemic caused a crisis regarding children's rights. The consequences of this crisis for children are immediate and, if they are not addressed, they can be followed throughout their lives.
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Our future depends on young people. As we face COVID-19, what will you do to reimagine a better world for every child?
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On the occasion of World Children's Day, the Child Rights Center organizes an online conference "Children Ask" what is an opportunity to jointly review what has been done in the Republic of Serbia in the realization of Children's Rights, as well as to identify priority areas for our joint work to
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About the webinar: “The capacity to express full human potential is related to the balance of developmental opportunities and challenges.” (Bruce D. Perry)
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New data on the situation of women and children in Serbia show progress in key areas, including breastfeeding and preschool attendance, but also stagnation in the areas of child marriage and violent disciplining of children.
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The Children’s Rights Alliance Ireland gathered experts and decision-makers from both European and national levels for a webinar on Implementing the European Child Guarantee in Ireland.
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The Child Rights Center has published a new Bulletin on the state of children's rights in Serbia, which covers the period from July to September 2020.
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"Change comes from us. Children will not only inherit the future, children will create it", Una, a representative of the DX Club, at the Center for Children's Rights and a member of the Eurochild Children's Council.
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From 29 September to 1 October, the European Commission is organising its 13th
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The National Coalition Germany , a national partner network of Eurochild, teamed up with its German members UNICEF, Save the Children, Terre des Hommes, World Vision, SOS-Kinderdorf a
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People knew and wrote a little about digital literacy until March when a microscopic creature came into life all over the world.
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The local edition of the famous fundraising campaign, Swimathon, has raised over 117,000 euros for 25 NGO projects in Romania. The 460 virtual swimmers (59 of whom were individual swimmers, the rest were teams) were pledged by 4,266 donors.
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At the end of June a new protocol was approved in Albania which stops surgical intervention on intersex babies. First of all, it is important to clarify what ’intersex’ means.
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The Lighthouse is a service for children and young people in North London who have experienced any form of child sexual abuse, including exploitation.
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Alanna Armitage and Bjorn Andersson, regional directors of the United Nations Population Fund in the Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Asia Pacific region have decided to put an end to practised child marriage.
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Nowadays there is one topic that creates tension in lots of people, especially in the U.S. and that is racism and the inequity that comes with it. Racism begins in childhood and puts limitations in front of children.
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The National Network for Children (Bulgaria) shared the opinion of former Constitutional Court Judge Rumen Nenkov (originally published in Defakto.bg) regar
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Warning signs of racism and racial bullying: 
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The National Network for Children Bulgaria issued a reminder that 12 June was World Day Against Child Labor. Today, 152 million children work, and 72 million of which carry out dangerous labor.
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'Nobody has any right to discriminate against you based on your race or ethnicity. Ever.' Luke, a 15-year-old activist.  Racism can be defined as a form of discrimination and/or bullying of a person based on their race and/or ethnicity. 
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The KidsRights Index is the only global ranking on children's rights that sets a standard and explains how countries can achieve them.  
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The KidsRights Index is the first and only global ranking that annually measures how children’s rights are respected worldwide and to what extent countries are committed to improving the rights of children.
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#CovidUnder19 is an initiative led by children and young people, with the support of child rights activists, experts and other key stakeholders.
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Whether they are under lockdown and out of school, in refugee camps or in crowded villages, detained, or living on the streets, institutionalized or on the move, children and young people have the right to be heard.
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The webinar is meant for: all professionals working in the social and educational field. Objectives of the webinar:
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The current crisis offers almost limitless opportunities to reimagine the future of our societies and economies by learning the lessons of the past.
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While the world stays at home, what happens to children who live or work on the streets? Street-connected children:
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'World Family Day is celebrated around the world today. The United Nations General Assembly declared May 15, 1993, as World Family Day to encourage member states to recognize the need to strengthen the family as an institution.
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In his article, Matteo de Bellis, Amnesty International discusses the lack of empathy towards refugees and migrants expressed from the side of (non)-EU governments during the Covid-19 pandemic situation, yet translating it into an opportunity for all to understand what compassion is.
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The 1989 Convention on the Right of the Child empowers children to seek redress from those 46 countries that have signed the protocol. Recently, many climate activists, included Greta Thunberg, argue that countries like Argentina, Brazil, France, Germany and Turkey threaten their human rights.
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In order to respond to the urgent needs of children and families, UNICEF in Serbia is redistributing the priorities of its internal resources and building partnerships to support children and their communities in Serbia.
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This policy brief offers an overview of the effects that COVID-19 has and will have in the wellbeing of children.
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The Committee on the Rights of the Child has expressed concern about the situation of children worldwide, and especially children at risk, due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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According to a report released by Human Rights Watch, the COVID-19 crisis will have a long-term negative impact on children, though they are much less threatened by the virus than other age groups.
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The Committee on the Rights of the Child warns of the grave physical, emotional and psychological effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on children and calls on States to protect the rights of children.
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A child protection social worker describes how her work and child protection has changed due to the coronavirus.
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  Terre des hommes Foundation in Romania has created, together with Arhipera, the first „Guide for integrating sanitary groups in schools in rural areas” (in Romanian only), an instrument for those who must offer this facility.
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At the end of March, the European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR) published its annual conclusions about the social rights of children, families and migrants in Europe.
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The non-governmental organization Praxis is launching a competition for the position of Coordinator for the Rights of the Child.
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The National Network for Children Bulgaria shared an article about sexual violence in Bulgaria, the victims' inability to be heard, and the poor or non-existent sex education in the country.
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The National Network for Children Bulgaria reported that the Single Step Foundation and the Bilitis Resource Center Foundation have produced a report on "Attitudes towards LGBTI students in Bulgarian schools".
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As of 19 March, 110 countries have closed their schools due to coronavirus. That adds more than 890 million children affected by the pandemic to the 258 million young people who cannot attend school due to conflicts, natural disasters, poverty and discrimination.
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Start date: March / April 2020 Duration: One year fixed-term contract (maternity cover) Contract: Employment contract with Terre des hommes Foundation in Hungary (local contract)
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Achievements were celebrated and solid plans for progress made at the double launch of the Together (Scotti
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Every child has the right to a peaceful and secure upbringing. Every child has the right to be cared for. Every child has the right to be treated with respect. Yet child migrants are frequently denied any of these things.
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This is a vacancy announcement for both internal and external applicants. At the same level of experience and qualifications, internal applicants are preferred.
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A study, which investigates the feasibility of a Child Guarantee for children at risk of poverty, was discussed at a conference by the EU Commission on 17 February. The idea of a Child Guarantee comes from a previous proposal by the EU Parliament.
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This situation analysis is the product of a detailed desk review of sources and data followed by series of interviews carried out during the field work and consultations with national and local officials and individuals, NGOs and UN staff members.
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The independent media platform for human rights journalism Marginalia.bg reported that the Commission for Protection against Discrimination (CPD) has sentenced the kindergarten "Zhelyazko Popnikolov" in Vidin, Bulgaria, the director of the kindergarten, as
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On 2 February 2020, a group of 15 EU member states called ‘Friends of Cohesion’ gathered in Portugal to discuss the next EU long-term budget— the Multiannual Financial Framework
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According to the WHO, Countries, all over the world are failing in securing children with both a healthy upbringing and a safe environment for their future. 180 countries have been ranked based on both their carbon emission levels and children’s wellbeing in a report by the WHO,
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According to this report from the World Health Organisation (WHO) children are facing an “uncertain future” thanks to climate change and growing health concerns.
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This report maps the risks and opportunities of the internet for children in Europe, like internet access, online practices, skills, online risks and opportunities for children aged 9–16 in Europe.
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On 18th December 2019, the UN General Assembly Third Comittee formally adopted a Resolution on the Rights of the Child, which focuses on the rights of children without parental care.
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The article focuses on the most significant changes Brexit brings with itself that affect children and young people. The UK officially left the EU on January 31, and with that an 11-month transition period started. Some of the raised issues:
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As the EU looks towards the future with its European Green Deal
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Last week, Eurochild was involved in organising two important events on deinstitutionalisation in Brussels.
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Eurochild has signed a joint letter addressed to Generation Equality Forum, a civil society-centred gathering convened by the UN Wo
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Being aware of your rights is useful knowledge for children as well as adults. In order to raise awareness among young people about their rights and obligations, they need to be informed or orientated.
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On 22 January the European Parliament Intergroup on Children's Rights met for the first time with the leaders of networks in the Child Rights Action Group in Brussels.
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Last year, in mid-December, the Irish Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Katherine Zappone, stated that ‘after too many years of indifference, we are finally seeing a rise of awareness on child poverty’.
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There is much debate on the impact of technology, and in particular, social media on children. Intergovernmental organisations, including the UN and the Council of Europe, are in midst of determining guidelines on children's rights in relation to the digital environment.
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Eurochild has prepared a 2019 report on the European Semester, 'New Opportunities for Investing in Children', with key recommendations for the coming period.
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Know your rights! If you are a child or young person, this page is for you. You can find out what rights you have if you cannot live with your parents, or you might be seperated from them, or if there are difficulties in your family.
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Single Step Foundation and Bilitis Resource Center Foundation prepared the report “Attitudes Towards LGBTI Students in Bulgarian Schools”. The document is based on a national survey conducted for the 2017/2018 academic year.
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Save the Children has published the third report in the framework of Stop the War on Children campaign. This report elaborates on the dangers and difficulties children face in war zones and how they affect their well-being.
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The many environmental and other protests this year by youth demonstrates that they have a voice, and urgenly reminds us to listen to them.
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A report analyse data from 174 countries to show that the proportion of the under-5s population registered globally is up around 20 per cent from 10 years ago, from 63 to 75 per cent.
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Situational Analysis is an analytical narrative report on the rights and well-being of children in Serbia.
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Child rights’ organisations have expressed their outrage at global inaction as the UN marks the 30th anniversary of the most widely-ratified international human rights treaty.
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The report, ‘Child Rights Now!’ (Romania), was launched in Bucharest last week at a conference organised in collaboration with the National Authority for the Protection of the Rights of the Child and Adoption.
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As part of the celebration of the thirty years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Network of Children's Organizations of Serbia launches the campaign "Every child is entitled"
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The report outlined below is based on regular consultations among the participating organizations within the framework of the Child Rights NGO Coalition.
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On the 30th Anniversary of the signing of the Convention of the Rights of the Child, UNICEF organised several events: takeover day for children (that included work in Parliament); a visit to the President; a lecture at a University; a series of panel discussions around digital childhood, the effe
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30 years ago, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Audrey Hepburn gave this passionate speech as world leaders adopted the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This World Children's Day, we’re inspired to help every girl and boy live out the promise of these historic words.
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On the occasion of the International Children's Rights Day-November 20 and the 30th bir
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At the beginning of November a  two-day international conference was held on children’s right in Strasbourg with approximately 300 participants. The presentations and talks focused on the European states’ performances regarding  the protection of children’s right.
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The report focuses on the role of children’s rights in addressing child poverty in the Council of Europe.
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To mark the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, UNICEF in Serbia has prepared an illustrated booklet through which children can become more familiar with their rights.
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This interactive document aims to foster a thorough and comprehensive exploration of the links and synergies between the Global Sustainable Development Goals (COR) and the Convention on the Rights of the Child (KPD).
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November 20th marks the 30th Anniversary of the UN Child Rights Convention. UNICEF Hungary has organised “Take Over Days” in Hungary for the past two years, and now, after Tdh has planned similar events in Romania, it is planning the third.
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In the last two weeks, the Members of the European Parliament had the occasion to grill the new team of Commissioners-designate in a series of hearings aimed at evaluating whether they are fit for the job.
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Human Rights Watch (HRW) has prepared a submission to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) on children’s right to a healthy environment, in advance of its 2020 annual meeting on this topic.
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This input for the List of Issues Prior to Reporting (LOIPR) is the result of broad consultation by the Dutch NGO Coalition for Children’s Rights amongst Dutch non-governmental organisations (NGO’s), youth and experts.
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The UNICEF's 2019 State of the World's Children report explores for the first time in the last 20 years the issues of children and their relation to food and nutrition in a challenging global context.
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From the preface of the document:
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The Ministry of Demography, Family, Youth and Social Polic