Global March member, CCH Sri Lanka in collaboration with Department of Probation and Child Care Services, District Child Development Committee (National Child Protection authority of Sri Lanka) organised a Child Rights Symposium on 23 December 2019 at Hotel Tilco in Colombo, Sri Lanka, with the participation of over 80 actors
Global March member, Bangladesh Shishu Adhikar Forum (BSAF) under the project “Strengthening the movement in Asia to protect girls and boys from child labour, trafficking while promoting decent work and education” organised 7 advocacy dialogue sessions in 7 constituencies (Rajshahi, Meherpur, Natore, Patuakhali, Jessore, Jhenaidah and Chittagong) with the local
Global March Nepal member, Swatantrata Abhiyan (SAN) organised a National Symposium on Child Protection with focus on child labour and forced labour in collaboration with DUCOM, Consortium Nepal, HRTNCC, NCFLG, Girls Coalition, CZOP, Education Watch Group, Good Weave Foundation, Saath Saath, CWISH, Biswas Nepal, Loo Niva on 20th December 2019.
Global March member, National Organisation of Trade Unions (NOTU) and its allies held a formal meeting with the National Planning Authority (NPA) of Government of Uganda to submit a draft report of Voluntary National Review (VNR) of the SDGs prepared by 10 members from 5 CSOs in Uganda on their
Global March Tanzanian member, ANPPCAN Tanzania organised a meeting with the members of the Parliamentarians Without Borders for Children’s Rights- Tanzania Chapter on 22nd October, 2019 in Dodoma, the capital of Tanzania. The meeting involved 15 Parliamentarians and 2 ANPPCAN members, and 2 officials from the office of the Commissioner
On 4 November 2019, Global March Against Child Labour staff and Anglophone Regional Coordinator and Board Member, visited the Kibangu English Medium School in Dar Es Salaam and interacted with the Child Rights Club members established at the school level with the support of Global March’s member, ANPPCAN Tanzania.
In October 2019, Global March Against Child Labour in collaboration with its Togolese member, WAO-Afrique, organised the Sub-regional Francophone Africa level meeting of the Parliamentarians Without Borders for Children’s Rights with participation of 6 Parliamentarians and 5 civil society organisations from 6 Francophone Africa countries- Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote
On 5-7 November 2019, Global March Against Child Labour in collaboration with ANPPCAN Tanzania organised a capacity building and experience sharing workshop for its East African Global March members in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. The workshop saw participation from 6 members of trade unions and child rights organisations from Kenya,
A teachers training was organised by ANPPCAN-Tanzania on child rights for facilitating child rights clubs. The training was done on 13th June, 2019 at Hubert Kairuki Memorial University. This training brought together 8 primary school teachers from 4 schools who were. The teachers were facilitated on awareness of child rights.
Under the project of “Expanding the Child Rights Zone in Sri Lanka” funded by Global March, actors in the civil society organization and government were approached through the capacity development and advocacy initiatives to enable them as contributors to address the issues of emotions abuse and corporal punishment against children