Items tagged with 'children rights'

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Background The world’s six leading child-focused NGOs – ChildFund Alliance, Plan International, Save the Children, SOS Children’s Villages, Terre des Hommes and World Vision – agreed in 2017 to come...
This short documentary film describes the juvenile justice programme run by Tdh in Myanmar. As part of this programme, Tdh provides training to community volunteers on child rights, child-friendly...
The webinar is designed for professionals working with children in conflict with the law. The webinar aims to familiarize participants with the concept of diversion from criminal proceedings and the...
The Hungarian Hintalovon Foundation has been publishing yearly reports of the situation of children's rights in Hungary. Its report of 2017 is now available in a short video format in English.
The annual Child Rights Reports mirror all reported changes good or bad, in the legal, child protection or other systems affecting children’s lives. The evidence based objective reports focus on...
Church World Service is a faith-based organization transforming communities around the globe through just and sustainable responses to hunger, poverty, displacement and disaster. Working for the...
A Public organization "Studena" together with the online education studio EdEra has developed the "Non-Discriminatory Approach to Learning" course - free and accessible to everyone. This project is...
Presentation of the Report on the Observance of the Rights of the Child "Voices of Children" on the results of an all-Ukrainian study. The report takes into account the views of children on respect...
Often, when we talk about gender, we talk about adults. Even at the state level, statistics are often collected according to the principle - men, women, children, while it should be - men, women,...
On Hromadske radio Irina Shyba, Boris Malyshev and Mykhailo Ghernakov speak about juvenile justice. A video is available in Ukrainian only.

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