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“Estudio sobre Fe y Derechos de la Niñez” es lanzado en las Naciones Unidas en Ginebra

Con un panel de discusión que reunió a más de 120 participantes, el Estudio Multirreligioso acerca de la Convención sobre los Derechos del Niño (CDN) “Fe y Derechos de la Niñez” fue lanzado en las Naciones Unidas en Ginebra, el 19 de noviembre de 2019, como parte de la conmemoración del 30 aniversario de la CDN.

El Estudio Multirreligioso fue desarrollado por Arigatou International durante un período de un año, en colaboración con UNICEF, la ex Representante Especial del Secretario General de las Naciones Unidas sobre la Violencia contra los Niños, la Red Global de Religiones a favor de la Niñez (GNRC) y con el apoyo de KAICIID y World Vision International.

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“Faith and Children’s Rights Study” launched at the United Nations in Geneva

With a panel discussion gathering more than 120 participants, the Multi-religious Study on the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) “Faith and Children Rights” was launched at the United Nations in Geneva, on 19 November 2019, as part of the commemorations of the 30th anniversary of the CRC.

The Multi-Religious Study was developed by Arigatou International during a period of one year, in collaboration with UNICEF, the former Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General on Violence against Children, the Global Network of Religions for Children (GNRC) and with the support of KAICIID and World Vision International.

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Arigatou International launches new online space to advance children's safeguarding and participation

To commemorate the 30 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, on 20 November 2019, Arigatou International launched a new online space developed in close collaboration with the four members of the GNRC Youth Committee 2019.

The purpose of this platform is to share Arigatou International's approach to work with children, to create more meaningful spaces to listen to their voices and to share resources towards advancing children's safeguarding and participation.

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Child-friendly Version of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Author: Plan International United Nations Office in Geneva

The Convention on the Rights of the Child is the main piece of international law that guarantees the rights of every girl and boy under the age of 18. The Convention has been ratified by 196 countries, nearly every single country in the world. Countries that have ratified the Convention can be held accountable to fulfilling all the rights in the Convention, which span from the right to education to the right to participate and protection from violence, among others.

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Link: https://plan-international.org/child-friendly-poster-convention-rights-child

Consultative Meeting in Lausanne, for the Multi-Religious Study on the Contributions of Religious Communities to the Convention on the Rights of the Child

On November 20, 2019, the international community will mark the 30th anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC30), the most comprehensive treaty on the rights of children which has been ratified by virtually all UN Members States.

The enormous success of the CRC has resulted in numerous laws being enacted including national constitutions, and policies, programs, and budgets being adopted that benefit children. It has also spurred notable achievements in health, education and child protection all of which have improved the lives of all children in many parts of the world.

For this occasion, Arigatou International, in close collaboration with the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General on Violence against Children (SRSG) has initiated a Study from a multi-religious perspective with experts on child rights, religious leaders and scholars that includes a review of the CRC since its adoption. The Study is also being developed in collaboration with UNICEF and other key partners.

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Facilitator Training Workshop in Bogotá, Colombia

Sixteen participants took part in a four-day Facilitator Training Workshop on the Learning to Live Together Programme, which was held in Bogotá from 16 to 19 August bringing together religious communities, formal education institutions, and representatives from civil society and faith-based organizations. This included the participation of representatives from 11 Buddhist, Christian, Islamic, and secular organizations.  

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INSPIREd Faith Communities in Brazil – Fifth Roundtable on Nurturing Values and Spirituality in Early Childhood for the Prevention of Violence

The last of a series of Roundtable Discussions on Nurturing Values and Spirituality in Early Childhood for the Prevention of Violence was held in Brasilia on 24 June 2019, and brought together more than 70 participants from several religious communities, experts on early childhood and child protection coming from civil society and faith-based organizations, as well as government representatives.

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