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Is it ever ok to coerce six-year olds to get their fingerprints?

This week EU Institutions will discuss proposals to use coercion to obtain fingerprints from children as young as six....

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Litte things made the difference

Maali serves as a link between Syrian students, teachers and parents in order to help make the most of education in an ideal environment. ...

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MEFTAHUN NAHAR, A POWERFUL ADVOCATE FOR CHILD RIGHTS

While addressing National Girl Child Day, Meftahun a child parliament speaker from Dhaka, Bangladesh said “If a girl gets the opportunities and rights, she can thrive and be protected from child...

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Youth champion Anoyara takes over World Youth Forum

Anoyara Khatun, India’s youth delegate, recently represented India at the World Youth Forum held in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. Anoyara is known for her exemplary work as a crusader of child rights in...

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What Does Juncker’s Social Pillar mean for children?

“If we want to avoid social fragmentation and social dumping in Europe, then Member States should agree on the European Pillar of Social Rights as soon as possible and at the latest at the...

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“Out of the darkness’’ 

Nabil survived war, landmines and dangerous ideas to restore a stolen childhood. ...

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Protecting Rights of Vulnerable Children: Save the Children signs Mou with Palestinian Ministry

Last week, the Palestinian Minister of Social Development Dr Ibrahim Shaer, and Country Director of the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) Jennifer Moorehead, signed a memorandum of understanding...

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“The doors never close’’

Rayan’s school was a stone’s throw away from his house, but a seat was far from guaranteed.  ...

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Learning from Promising Practices in Refugee Education

Originally published on GEM Report....

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Getting to Zero by 2030: ending child marriage in Nepal

Nepal has high incidences of child marriages. Save the Children Nepal team has been crusading on child marriage campaigns for the past 6 years. The success is beginning to show - This is an...

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“Even now, I still have big ambitions’’ 

At 51, Salwa* joins her 12-year-old daughter to learn the alphabet – the first time she does so since leaving school 45 years ago. Salwa had just completed the first month at school when she...

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Doing whatever it takes: A front-line health worker in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has made tremendous progress in healthcare, but what does that mean to the most deprived communities? Despite its achievements, the harder to reach areas are still lagging behind, the...

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