Diary of a Young Indian Leader
Youth Ethics Education Initiative
The Story About Emanuel Mathias
Ethics Education to Strengthen Families and Nurturing Spirituality in Early Childhood for the Prevention of Violence Against Children - The Role of Religious Communities
Report of Roundtable Discussion
Brief Report of the roundtable discussion: Ethics Education to Strengthen Families and Nurturing Spirituality in Early Childhood for the Prevention of Violence Against Children – The Role of Religious Communities 23 August 2017 Sarvodaya Headquarters Colombo, Sri Lanka Co-organized by Sarvodaya, Walpola Rahula Institute, the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children and Arigatou International – Ethics Education for Children, with the support of Prayer and Action for Children and End Child Poverty.
Ending Violence in Early Childhood - Working Together with Religious Communities
Brief report of the side event at the margins of the 37th Human Rights Council
Side event at the margins of the 37th Human Rights Council session, organized by Arigatou International Geneva, together with the Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence Against Children, the World Council of Churches, World Vision, UNICEF, and the World Health Organization. Around 65 participants, including representatives of the Permanent Missions in Geneva and civil society organizations, engaged in reflections about the impact of violence on early childhood and the need and importance of addressing its causes; looking at how religious communities could help challenging social and cultural norms that justify violence in child bringing.
Empowering Youth Through Education - Challenging Xenophobia, Discrimination and Exclusion Among Youth in Europe
Report of Panel Discussion
On 24 September 2018, on the margins of the 39th Human Rights Council session, the Aga Khan Foundation Portugal, Arigatou International Geneva, the European Wergeland Center, and the Pontifical Foundation – Scholas Occurrentes, coorganized the side-event titled “Empowering Youth Through Education – Challenging Xenophobia, Discrimination, and Exclusion among Youth in Europe”. The event was co-sponsored by the Permanent Mission of Portugal to the United Nations in Geneva and moderated by UNICEF Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia.
Contributing to Peaceful and Inclusive Societies: Working Together to End Violence in Early Childhood
Report of Roundtable Discussion
On 9 November 2018, in the framework of the Geneva Peace Week, Arigatou International – Geneva, the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, Islamic Relief Worldwide, UNICEF, and World Vision International facilitated a panel discussion titled “Contributing to Peaceful and Inclusive Societies: Working Together to End Violence in Early Childhood”. The discussion explored the multiple relations between early childhood development and peacebuilding, looking at concrete holistic approaches to foster the cognitive, socio-emotional and spiritual development of children, including challenging social and cultural norms that condone violence in the upbringing of the child.
Ending Violence Against Children - The Contributions from Religious Communities
Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child
6 March 2019 – 16:30 to 18:30 – Room XXI, Palais des Nations