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Child rights fact sheet

2008 - Israel, Occupied Palestinian Territories

This two-page fact sheet gives key information on children’s rights, with focus on protection, poverty, health and education. The data is compiled on a bi-annual basis and made available to policy-makers and other stakeholders, in order to...

Save the Children is growing and strengthening its capability to fight for children’s rights and to deliver immediate and lasting improvements worldwide. For nearly 90 years, national Save the Children organisations have committed themselves to...

Exposure to natural disasters has a devastating impact on the psychological and social well-being of children, adolescents and adults. It is now widely accepted that early psychosocial interventions that help to mitigate the effect of trauma,...

What Save the Children thinks about physical and humiliating punishment- Information for children and young people. Physical and humiliating punishment is violence against children that is done with the aim of controlling or educating children....

Seen and heard

2004 - Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands

This report presents the results of a research evaluation of the participation of children in the Southeast Asia and the Pacific region in events and processes connected to the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Children in May...

This Resource Handbook is the result of collaborative efforts by members of the International Save the Children Alliance in Southeast, East Asia and the Pacific to research the physical and emotional punishment of children, using verifiable...

'End all forms of corporal punishment of children- Children are entitled to full respect for their dignity; to grow up free from physical and emotional violence' is a Save the Children booklet on how to research the physical and emotional...

Decades of insecurity have strongly affected the children in Afghanistan. Both health and education systems suffer from poor finances, lack of qualified professionals, and security problems. Afghanistan remains extremely poor and children suffer...

Côte d'Ivoire Country Briefing

2006 - Côte D'Ivoire

The quality of education has worsened since the beginning of the civil war in Côte d'Ivoire in 2002. The retention rate is 52 percent and absenteeism of children can be quite high. Children have few opportunities to participate in school...

The objectives of the report are: to: a) Evaluate the achievement of the specific goals for each country, based on the goals that were defined in the proposal; b) evaluate the post-emergency assistance offered as a result of Hurricane Stan and...