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From Commitment to Action -4 January 2011

Following the United Nations Study on Violence againt Children, Religions for Peace and Unicef initiated an inter-religious reflection and dialogue that led to the 2006 "Multi-religious Commitment to Confront Violence against Children" (the Kyoto Declaration). The Kyoto Declaration is a testament to the shared recognition of the inherent dignity and value of children. It also calls all religious communities to join in an alliance to protect and promote the well-being of children.

  • category: Child Protection
  • publisher: United Nations Children's Fund and Religions for Peace
  • isbn: 978-92-806-4509-5 (Unicef)
  • author: Religions for Peace
  • format: Kit
  • page_count: 58
  • copy_count: 1
  • is_online: Si