As outlined in the UN Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children, poverty should never be the reason for violating a child’s right to grow up in a family.
Join this webinar on a brand new book which provides essential reading for all those working on social protection and poverty reduction programmes in developing countries, including researchers, policy makers, and those working for development agencies. A chance to ask the authors questions!
Over half of the world’s people – including more than one billion children – now live in cities and towns. These figures are set to increase in the coming years. By 2030, the majority of the world’s urban population will be under the age of 18. At the same time, many children growing up in cities lack access to basic services and are unable to enjoy the ‘urban advantage’. Everything is there, just not for them. Read Equity for Children's new publication which addresses urban inequities and childhood...
The important role of a civil society networks in building the bridge between policy, practice and research to promote children's rights.