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Observance of Child Rights Week at National & Local Levels

Observance of Child Rights Week at National & Local Levels

For the last 16 years, BSAF has been organising Child Rights Week at the national and district levels in Bangladesh. The Child Rights Week is commemorated every year with a variety of events in which a huge number of children participate. This year the Government of Bangladesh declared 05 October

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SAN ORGANISES VIRTUAL PARLIAMENTARY FORUM ON FORCED LABOUR IN NEPAL

SAN ORGANISES VIRTUAL PARLIAMENTARY FORUM ON FORCED LABOUR IN NEPAL

Swatantra Abhiyan Nepal (SAN) organised a virtual ‘Parliamentary Forum to End Forced Labour’ on 27 August 2020, to promote parliamentary efforts to address forced labour through ratification of ILO Convention 29 and other policy measures. The virtual event saw participation from 24 representatives from the Nepal government, 3 trade unions

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CCH FORMS ‘SMILE CIRCLES’ FOR DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN IN SRI LANKA

CCH FORMS ‘SMILE CIRCLES’ FOR DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN IN SRI LANKA

CCH facilitated a 12 week ‘Smile Circles’ programme aimed at restoring child rights by promoting children’s participation in six villages of Jaffna, Columbo and Mullaiththivu districts in Sri Lanka, using a ‘Smile Circle Activities Guidebook’ for the facilitators.
From July to September 2020, over 150 children participated and helped identify

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People Serving Girls At Risk (PSGR), Malawi

From August 1 to October 31, 2020, PSGR implemented a project titled “Advocacy on Child Labour Issues Under COVID-19 Towards Achieving SDG Target 8.7 in Malawi”. This was an advocacy project conducted with the aim of engaging and advocating political leadership to prioritise child labour in COVID-19 response towards realization

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CCH Sri Lanka Provides Emergency Support to Women & Children

CCH Sri Lanka Provides Emergency Support to Women & Children

The National Child Protection Authority of Sri Lanka (NCPA) recently reported of a dramatic rise in child cruelty cases reported to the 1929 child helpline since the start of Sri Lanka’s COVID-19 curfew.
To address the issue of violence against children, Global March member, CCH Sri Lanka responded to the

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