Child Rights Governance

Sunday 20 November 2016

IKEA gets the world playing to support children’s rights

Play is a fundamental right for all children. That’s why IKEA and IKEA Foundation are teaming up with six leading children’s rights organisations and putting play at the heart of a new good cause campaign: Let’s Play for Change, starting on Children’s Rights Day 20 November.

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Friday 18 November 2016

Save the Children centres helping children as young as 7 to escape child labour

Save the Children is helping children as young as seven to escape child labour in Lebanon by teaching them about their rights at three recently opened centres in Akkar, North Lebanon.

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Thursday 20 November 2014

Save the Children signs joint statement calling for increased global effort to advance child rights

To mark the 25th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child on 20 November 2014, Save the Children, along with a number of other organisations, has signed a joint statement calling on the international community to step up the global effort to advance the rights of all children.

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Friday 10 October 2014

Hoy es un día histórico para los derechos de los niños

Hoy es un día histórico para los derechos de los niños. En estos momentos, miles de niños se ven afectados por conflictos armados, con ataques a sus escuelas y viéndose privados de educación. La premio Nobel Malala Yousafzai representa a las voces de miles de millones de niños que piden una educación de calidad. El otro premio nobel, el activista de derechos humanos hindú, Kaylash Satyarthi, es un abierto defensor de los niños que sufren abusos, explotación infantil y tráfico de personas

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Friday 10 October 2014

An historical day for children's rights

This is an historical day for children’s rights. Children are, as we speak, living amid war, suffering attacks on their schools and being refused education. Joint Nobel Peace prize winner Malala represents the voices of the billions of children asking for a good education. The other joint prize winner, Indian child rights campaigner, Kaylash Satyarthi, is a bold defender of  those children who are cynically abused in child labour and trafficking.
 

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