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Save the Children’s position on the issue of corporal punishment. Save the Children’s aim is to end all corporal punishment of children. This may be achieved through education, legal reform, advocacy and children’s participation....

In today’s world the resources are available to guarantee a decent life to each and every child, free from misery, hunger, abuse and exploitation. What we are lacking is the absolute determination of the world community and its leaders to...

This document reveals the institutional position of Save the Children on child work and aims to become a referent model for this type of key theme. The common goal is to ensure that boys and girls are protected against harmful work – harm to...

This case study, commissioned by the Save the Children Alliance initiative “Care and Protection of Separated Children in Emergencies” (CPSC), concerns the phenomenon of children who disappeared during the civil war in El Salvador, and is based on...

Children's rights: A second chance. A summary

2001 - Afghanistan, Honduras, India ...

In order to make this lecture easier to researchers and the common public, Save the Children edited a shorter version of the original document. Here the reader is able to get a brief but clear account of the projects and tools to make this world a...

The results of a participatory action research project to identify how best to help migrant children deal with the problems they face. Over the past ten years, the borders between China, Myanmar and Thailand have seen the largest flow of migrants...