A new year. New beginnings for children.

Another year comes to a close and what a year it has been! We have seen so many new challenges, new opportunities, we have struggled, fallen and then picked ourselves up and walked again. And in doing so – we

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India’s children continue to challenge our conscience

On the occasion of #30yearsofUNCRC, HAQ: Centre for Child Rights in collaboration with Terre des hommes Germany – India programmes Prayas, Campaign Against Child Trafficking (CACT), Campaign Against Child Labour (CACL) and Centre for Education and Communication (CEC) launched the 3rd

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Destination Unknown – Children on the Move

Destination Unknown – Children on the Move is a thematic campaign focused on the phenomenon of child mobility. The campaign recognises that children too, have a right to move away from exploitation, disaster and other situations that they may find difficult. It will promote “the best interest of the child” whenever and wherever the child is.

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Campaign Against Child Labour (CACL)

Campaign Against Child Labour, launched in 1992, is committed to the eradication of child labour through a process building progressive social change. To this end it engages in public opinion, investigation of abuse/exploitation, advocacy, lobbying and monitoring of national and international developments.

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Celebrating children: 30 years of the UNCRC

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the UNCRC – children from TDH projects across Pune came together to talk about ecological rights and how it impacts their lives. The event provided a platform for these children’s voices to be heard through dance, puppet shows, theatre, posters, banners and other displays.

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ACTION FOR THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD (ARC)

Action for the Rights of the Child, ARC, is a network of organisations in Pune, Maharashtra, working for and with children. ARC has been instrumental in easing the admission process in government schools for children without birth certificates. ARC continues to be an active member of CACL.

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ECOLOGICAL CHILD RIGHTS

Children and youth have the right to an environment in which they can grow up healthy and which – sustained by cultural and biological diversity – enables them to comprehensive developmental opportunities and positive future prospects. Terre des homes Germany, in 2013 has passed a resolution about the necessity of an intact natural environment for the welfare of children.

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