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event Human Rights Council - Session 25
Full details of the 25th Session of the Human Rights Council, set to take place from 3 - 28 March 2014, including the programme of work, list of NGO statements, discussions scheduled to take place, and how NGOs can participate.
03/03/2014 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
event BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS: UN Working Group to second forum
The second forum will be held from 2 - 4 December 2013.
02/12/2013 Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
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 NIGERIA: Campaign launched to end witch-hunting in Cross River State 13/11/2013 Nigerian Bulletin
news Global street child
For the publication of the book: Global street child, with portraits of 100 street children in 10 different countries the organization is looking for partnership with other organizations. We are looking for a limited number of selected partners who want to participate in publishing the book. The book, Global street child can be used as a tangible object to raise awareness and advocacy. Never before such an extensive (photo) book on the subject of street children worldwide has been produced!

We will organize a running exhibition of the photographs as well.
05/11/2013 -
event Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR): Session 51
The 51st Session of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights will take place from 4 - 29 November 2013.
04/11/2013 UN OHCHR - Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
publication URUGUAY: Children's Rights in UN Treaty Body Reports
This report extracts mentions of children's rights issues in the reports of all UN Treaty Bodies and their follow-up procedures. This does not include the Concluding Observations of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child which are available here:

Please note that the language may have been edited in places for the purpose of clarity.
30/10/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Persistent violations of children's rights
The violations highlighted are those issues raised with the State by more than one international mechanism. This is done with the intention of identifying children's rights which have been repeatedly violated, as well as gaps in the issues covered by NGOs in their alternative reports to the various human rights monitoring bodies. These violations are listed in no particular order.
30/10/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication The South Asian Report on the Child-friendliness of Governments
The South Asian report is a new comprehensive rights-based report which, for the first time, objectively measures the extent to which the South Asian governments and non-state actors have contributed to the creation of child-friendly societies.

Based upon quantitative data feeding into a composite index and complemented by detailed country-level information, the report provides key information for more focused government action and effective non-governmental advocacy. The report builds on authoritative sources and has involved a large number of researchers from each country in South
25/10/2013 -
news КАЗАХСТАН: Дети вместо уроков ходят на поля собирать хлопок
In Southern Kazakhstan instead of school children go to the fields to pick cotton (Russian)
23/10/2013 -
news CRC 64th SESSION: Committee issues Concluding Observations to nine States
Outcomes for China, Kuwait, Paraguay, Moldova, Luxembourg, Sao Tome and Principe, Tuvalu.
10/10/2013 Committee on the Rights of the Child
news BRASIL: Propone estimular el estudio para eliminar trabajo infantil 10/10/2013 Cuba Debate
news CHILD LABOUR: signs of progress
Whilst negotiations on the use of chemical weapons are in the spotlight of the media, the Syrian people, the millions of refugees and the neighbouring countries who are taking them in en masse, watch as their futures wither away. In Lebanon, the absorptive capacity of the country is being tested, and gaps are felt in all sectors such as healthcare, education and employment. The international community must provide better support for the host countries, notably by accepting new contingents of refugees and by giving direct financial aid, as the High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) proposes.
04/10/2013 Terre des hommes - child relief
event Call for abstracts & invitation to conference on child rights & sight
We cordially invite you to the 4th annual conference on child rights & sight taking place sept. 28, 2013 at yale university in new haven, ct. The conference convenes leaders from the fields of child rights, global health, international development, and social entrepreneurship to:

*discuss child poverty & promote awareness of childrens rights
*discuss methods for addressing child labor, hunger, poverty & blindness

Call for abstracts: we encourage you to submit an abstract for presentation.

Visit our website for more information and to submit: http://distressedchi
28/09/2013 Distressed Children & Infants International
publication CRINMAIL 17: Русскоязычная версия
CRINMAIL is a monthly newsletter in Russian language. Newsletter provides analysis of issues relating to children's rights and global advocacy efforts, as well as gives digest of news and resources from countries of Eurasia.
27/09/2013 Child Rights International Network
news УЗБЕКИСТАН: Правозащитник приговорен к 4 годам тюрьмы по сфабрикованным обвинениям
UZBEKISTAN: Children's rights activist sentenced to 4 years on trumped-up charges (Russian)
publication Annual report of Special Representative on Violence against Children 25/09/2013 Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General on Violence against Children
publication OIT : Le nombre d’enfants qui travaillent dans le monde a reculé d’un tiers depuis 2000
Un nouveau rapport de l’OIT montre que la lutte contre le travail des enfants est en bonne voie, même si l’objectif d’en éliminer les pires formes d’ici à 2016 ne sera pas atteint au rythme actuel.
25/09/2013 International Labour Organization
news УЗБЕКИСТАН: Школьникам не выдают учебники, требуя взятки
In Uzbekistan, students do not receive textbooks, are demanded bribes (Russian)
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