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Uphold child rights for the ‘right’ future, says CRY CEO
Feb 23, 2015 The consistently low allocations of below 5 percent of the total Union Budget for the needs of children needs serious reflection, writes Puja Marwaha.
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India: 43 kids rescued from garment factories in Punjab
Oct 09, 2013 Most of the rescued children are trafficked from Sitamarhi, Bihar by 2 traffickers and were forced to work for 12-14 hours.
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Malala Yousafzai to join UN global education initiative
Jul 09, 2013 Malala is a Pakistani schoolgirl and education rights campaigner who, along with her friends, was shot by the Taliban for attending classes.
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Dubai Cares and Room to Read partner in Nepal
Mar 21, 2013 Dubai Cares concluded a huge programme for children in Nepal. The programme involved distributing books and inculcating reading amongst school children in Nepal.
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Child protection never a concern for India, say activists
Mar 25, 2013 It is crucial for the post-2015 development framework to include a goal on child protection, said experts at a meeting convened by Butterflies, an Indian NGO, and Family for Every Child, a global network of child rights groups, in New Delhi.
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CRY’s online campaign to highlight barriers to education
Jul 16, 2013 Child Rights and You (CRY), an Indian NGO has launched ‘Click Rights’, an online photography campaign to capture the barriers that keep children out of school.
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Manifesto of the not-yet-franchised
Aug 28, 2013 Young people, boys and girls, from across India came up with a 11-point manifesto reminding the government and the UN to move towards inclusive and sustainable growth.
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Sri Lankan govt renovates 13 schools in Kilinochchi
Oct 21, 2014 These schools had been in a dilapidated condition due to the near-30-year conflict.
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Considerable progress on MDGs 4 and 5: Indian official
Feb 26, 2015 India has seen a 61 per cent decline in under-5 mortality rate since 1990, said Dr Rakesh Kumar, an official from the Indian Health Ministry.
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Child labourers get vocational education in Bangladesh
May 08, 2013 Child labourers in the Rajshahi district of Bangladesh have been provided vocational education under the Underprivileged Privileged Children Education Programme (UCEP).
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Life skills can help fight sexual abuse of children: Dr Swaroop Sampat
Sep 03, 2013 Bollywood actress and former Miss India, Dr Swaroop Sampat Rawal, in a short talk with OneWorld South Asia explains how life skills education equips children to fight against the odds in their lives. She was in Delhi to attend the 24th Tara Ali Baig Memorial Lecture. Excerpts from the interview.
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More than 200 mn children exposed to child labour: EuroSchool
Jul 04, 2013 EuroSchool converged together to fight against child labour on the 'World Day against Child Labour'.
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School head can make a big difference: study
Aug 11, 2013 A motivated head-of- the-school can make a big difference to improve the quality of education, says a new study.
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Has digitisation made civic life easier in Bangladesh?
Jul 05, 2013 Digitisation has created awareness on women and child rights, family planning, female education, repression, birth registration, drug addiction, speakers said at a discussion in Rangpur of Bangladesh.
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India’s children with disabilities call for inclusive development
Dec 04, 2012 To commemorate World Disability Day, more than 150 children with disabilities (CWDs) from across India gathered in New Delhi to voice their fears, hopes and expectations from the future.
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Indian children to march against child labour and trafficking
Dec 06, 2012 Bachpan Bachao Andolan in partnership with Global March Against Child Labour, has launched a month long campaign against child labour and trafficking in India’s northeastern state of Assam.
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SAARC judges to discuss child rights in South Asia
May 24, 2013 Judges, academics, law teachers and public officials are meeting in Bhutan to share perspectives on Child Protection and Constitutionalism.
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Lionel Messi: 'Help end child deaths'
Dec 21, 2012 UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and football star Leo Messi makes an urgent plea to accelerate efforts to save the lives of thousands of children dying every year from preventable causes.
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13-year-old sodomised, jailed in Afghanistan
Feb 15, 2013 Rights campaigners voiced outrage on Sunday over a 13-year-old Afghan boy jailed for having sex with two adult men, urging the Western-backed Kabul government to release him and punish his abusers.
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Dyslexia is more common than you think
Sep 19, 2013 Dyslexia affects a person’s ability to deal with language, including spoken language as well as written, writes Surabhi Verma, Director of Sparsh for Children, an organisation working for the welfare of differently-abled children.
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Riding for the benefit of underprivileged children
Oct 28, 2013 The motorcycle ride sponsored by Tusker Harley Davidson will benefit the beneficiaries of Mission Education, a national level programme.
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India to modernise Anganwadi infrastructure
Jun 25, 2015 The Indian government has joined hands with the private partners for modernizing the Anganwadi infrastructure in rural areas.
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Nepal's Pushpa Basnet get CNN 'Hero of the Year' award
Dec 05, 2012 Pushpa Basnet and her NGO Early Childhood Development Center won the CNN 'Hero of the Year' award for the year 2012 in a glittering, star-studded ceremony held on 2nd December at Los Angeles.
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