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Type Title Date Organisation
news SOUTH SUDAN: Parliament passes bill ratifying CRC 21/11/2013 -
news UN: Experts urge governments to make child protection a priority in the post-2015 agenda 20/11/2013 UN News Center
news CHINA: Government to ease one-child policy and abolish forced labour camps 18/11/2013 South China Morning Post
publication SWEDEN: From the Inside - Children and young people on life in police cells and in remand prisons 18/11/2013 Ombudsman for Children in Sweden
publication Launch of new practical guide for civil society on how to use the UN 15/11/2013 Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
news TRANSPARENCY: UN Human Rights Council elections
Fourteen new States were elected to the UN's main human rights monitoring body this week. We take a look at some of the big one's children's rights records.
14/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
news World’s first children’s ombudsperson dies, aged 76
The world’s first ombudsperson for children, Målfrid Grude Flekkøy, died aged 76 on 2 November, leaving behind an important institution and legacy for children’s rights.
14/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
news EGYPT: Poll of gender experts reveals country to be the worst in Arab world for women's rights 13/11/2013 -
news NIGERIA: Campaign launched to end witch-hunting in Cross River State 13/11/2013 Nigerian Bulletin
news LEBANON: Syrian refugees selling organs to survive
Syrian refugees as young as 14 in desperate financial situations are selling their organs to trafficking gangs in Lebanon.
12/11/2013 Spiegel Online International
news BENIN: UN expert urges government to make child protection a priority 11/11/2013 UN News Center
news MALAYSIA: Activists urge authorities to release children arrested at blockade 11/11/2013 The Malay Mail
news TRANSPARENCY: Russia, China and Saudi Arabia among States seeking election to the UN Human Rights Council 06/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
news USA: Johnson & Johnson agrees to pay $2.2 billion in health care fraud settlement 05/11/2013 Reuters
news ISRAEL: Interests of child trump religion in new Israeli adoption bill
Under the proposed legislation, parents seeking to adopt a non-Jewish child may no longer have to prove they are leading an observant lifestyle.
news KENYA: Protests over lenient punishment given in gang-rape case
Kenya's lawnmowing rape sentence sends 1 million flocking to on-line protest

01/11/2013 The Age, Australia
news GERMANY: New law allows gender to be left blank on birth certificate
A new law in Germany allows parents to leave their child's gender blank on birth certificates. Intersex activists are pleased, but want to go further. Often themselves scarred by invasive operations performed at birth, some want to prohibit sex reassignment surgeries on children.
01/11/2013 Spiegel Online International
news UN: Expert on democracy highlights importance of free expression and information 29/10/2013 UN News Center
news DISCRIMINATION: UN Expert warns of the dangers of stigmatising Roma community 29/10/2013 Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
news UK: British army criticised for recruiting 16-year-olds 28/10/2013 The Guardian
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