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Faith for Social and Behavior Change Initiative

As part of its continuous engagement with UNICEF, Arigatou International was invited to participate at the global workshop Faith for Social and Behavior Change in Bangkok from 10-12 July 2018. The workshop was organized by UNICEF in collaboration with Religions for Peace, the Joint Learning Initiative, and Rissho Kosei-kai, bringing together 80 participants from UNICEF country offices and faith-based organizations, from more than 30 countries.

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General Comments of the Committee on the Rights of the Child -17 May 2010

*Includes CD with Concluding Observations *Includes General Comments No. 1- No. 8 (2001-2006): The Aims of Education; The Role of Independent National Human Rights Institutions in the promotioon and protection of the rights of the child; HIV/AIDS and the rights of the child; Adolescent Health and Development in the contesxt of the Convention on the Rights of the Child; Treatment of Unaccompanied and Separated Children; Implementing child rights in Early Childhood; The right of the Child to protection from corporal punishment and other cruel or degrading forms of punishment *Includes other materials for the CRC at 18

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les Religions -6 January 2011

La religion joue un rôle capital pour des millions de personnes.Croire en Dieu, ou en plusieurs Dieux donne un sens et un but à leur vie. Croyances, doctrines et textes sacrés sont leurs guides moraux, et les chefs religieux qui dispensent les enseignements deviennent parfois leurs modèles.

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Life and Death Moral Implications of Biotechnology -23 February 2011

Breathtaking developments in human genetics are turning yesterday's science fiction into today's possibilities, raising new and difficult questions for Christian ethics. Drawing on discussions among pastors, theologians and ethicists and researchers, medical doctors and scientists from the Nordic Lutheran churches, this book begin by introducing the issues of reproductive technologiy, prenatal diagnosis, genetic screening and euthanasia

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