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“If we learn all our lives that violence is okay, at the age of 20 (we
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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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The report provides information on the catastrophic psychological and physical situation of the refugees who have taken up residence in the new refugee camp, on the Greek island of Lesbos, following
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The Advocacy Group for Children with Disabilities "Hëna", in collaboration with Respect Our Right - ROR have made an awareness video, through which they raise their voice for a safe environment for all children.
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‘Act Now’, a child consultation study by World Vision, reveals that more than four in five (81 percent) of those interviewed across 50 countries have seen or faced vio
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113 tablets with Internet connection and prepaid Zoom account until the end of 2020-2021 academic year; 30 smart TVs; the first batch of 30,000 masks and 200 litres of disinfectant and 30 sets of teaching aids and supplies - all these items will be distributed by Terre des hommes Moldova
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Two former residents of the Kalocsa children’s home decided to report their stories of torture and abuse suffered while they lived there. Two supervisors of the home also commented anonymously on the atrocities taking place within the walls of the institution.
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In America, 1 in 14, or more than 5 million kids are affected by parental incarceration. And yet, there is no guidance helping caregivers handle this situation.
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During the pandemic, Childline services gives children and young people who are anxious about the coronavirus a safe environment in which to speak and be listened to, and to get support. Childline delivers counselling sessions and has collected the children’s main concerns:
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Children in care and care-leavers need to be explained the reasons why they are in care as it has a direct influence on their wellbeing, according to Bright Spots Research Programme, a partnership between Coram Voice and the University of Oxford.
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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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Sarah’s father is Spanish and her mother is Hungarian. They live in Spain, where Sarah was born. Sarah has always felt special because, from a very young age, she could speak two languages fluently.
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Children from an after-school club at St Fillan's Primary School in Scotland, have created a short animated film that shows the journey of a refugee woman from Syria to Glasgow. The film, ‘Under the Jasmine Tree’, raises awareness of the struggles of refugees trying to find safety.
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There is a growing awareness about how important is that children are included in the decisions concerning themselves, that their voices are heard and their opinion and experience are taken into account.
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The KidsRights Foundation awards the International Children's Peace Prize every year and is receiving nominations for this year's event.
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This webinar will provide an opportunity to learn about Child Rights Connect’s protecting and empowering children as human rights defenders project.
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Between 24 and 29 September, the African’s Children Forum  took place in Niemey, Niger, organized by the African Movement of Children and Young Workers (MAEJT: Mouvement Africain des Enfants and Jeunes Travailleurs).
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This article describes the legal issues surrounding an Anglo Russian case in July 2018.
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Bullying affects the majority of children and youth across the world and has a devastating emotional and psychological impact on them. Young people in Romania take action to find solutions to tackle this issue with the support of Terre des hommes and its partners.
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This publication is a product of joint efforts of the "Child rights in Ukraine" Coalition experts and the working group of children, who teamed up to explore and des
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Presentation of the Report on the Observance of the Rights of the Child "Voices of Children" on the results of an all-Ukrainian study.
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The new Strategy for the Prevention and Protection of Children against Violence also included children who had the opportunity to say what they think about violence against children.
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About the webinar: This webinar explores the ways that National Governing Bodies (NGBs) and sports organisations can include and promote the views of young people throughout their work, from club to national level. Over the course, this webinar will:
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As summer winds down and temperatures fall in Zagreb, Anamarija Vuić, Program Coordinator at Brave Phone, reflects on the help line and what summer is like in the office.
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April 7-8 2017 a meeting of you advisors next to the Croatian Ombudsman took place in Donja Stubica in Terme Jezerčica. The young participants discussed two issues:1, a questionnaire for their peers on television shows for children and youth and 2.
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Within the project "The Right (s) Court for Children", at 22nd of February a symposium entitled "The rights of minors in criminal juvenile proceedings" was held in Zagreb, Croatia.
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This video by The Alliance CPHA  "discusses best practices for interviewing children in various settings. It gives examples of how to implement the Free Narrative approach (i.e.
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On the occasion of UNICEF's 70th anniversary, the organization has invited writers from all over the world to pen a short story on the theme ‘what I want for every child’.
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DW's series  "Why I volunteer" reports the interview with the Russian ballet star Irina Kolesnikova. As a mother of a small child herself, Irina realised the importance to help. She decided to perform a ballet inspired by the refugees. 
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UN agencies UNICEF and UNFPA, in an effort to raise awareness over the plight of child marriages, have released a video that depicts the ordeal of a young girl getting married.
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Coalition of NGOs for Child Protection KOMF launches the second phase of the regional project “Young With a Voice”.
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The MarketWatch reports that on Oct. 13, 2015, in time for National Bullying Prevention Month, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® and Sprint released a new video aimed at stopping Cyberbullying.
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‘The Guardian’ reports about a continuous campaign organized by Children of Prisoners Europe (Cope) to raise policy makers’ awareness about the situation of children whose parents are jailed. At the moment, there are approximately 800 thousand children in Europe who have a parent in prison.
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‘Belfast Telegraph’ reports on a new review program launched in the UK to investigate reasons why children in care end up in custody.
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StiriONG reports that Save the Children Romania and Orange Foundation have presented the results of the project E-sight dedicated to education and social integration of children with visual impairments.
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The European Commission and the Council of Europe had