Global March’s partner in Kenya, ANPPCAN Regional conducted a comprehensive review of current laws policies and programmes that concern the issue of child labour and violence against children in the country, under the project ” Strengthening worldwide movement for the protection of children from violence at work” supported by Global
Global March’s Togolese partner, WAO-Afrique along with the dedicated Parliamentary group formed for promoting children’s rights in Togo, called the PSF-Togo, organised vocational training of more than hundred young pupils on seamstresses and hairdressing apprentices. They also donated training kits to 15 apprentices.
WAO-Afrique’s Director, Mr. Cleophas Mally along with PSF-Togo
ANPPCAN Tanzania is implementing a three year project on child labour and human trafficking. This was pointed out by Mr. Daudi Chanila, the ANPPCAN Secretary General for ANPPCAN Tanzania Chapter in an exclusive interview. He said that ANPPCAN Tanzania Chapter in collaboration with Global March Initiative are implementing a three
Global March Against Child Labour in collaboration with our partner in Uganda, National Organisation of Trade Unions successfully organised the Africa Capacity Building Workshop on Achieving SDG 8.7: Getting to Zero Child Labour by 2025 in Kampala, Uganda. Given that only 7 years are left to achieve SDG 8.7 and
The Lok Sabha on Thursday passed a bill to prevent human trafficking, especially of women and children, provide rehabilitation to the victims and prosecute offenders.
The Trafficking of Persons (Prevention, Protection and Rehabilitation) Bill, 2018, was passed after a reply by Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi, who had introduced
The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday sentenced additional district and sessions judge (ADSJ) Raja Khurram Ali Khan and his wife to one year in prison in the Tayyaba torture case, which had captured the country’s attention in late December 2016.
Global March’s partner in Pakistan, GODH has been advocating for the