Tag: Child Rights

The Annual Status Report on Children 2018

Introductory Training on Child Budget Analysis

Children’s Voices for Human Rights Newsletter – Issue no.77

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Advanced Training Manual for Child Rights

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Lobbying for the People’s RtE Act

To lobby for the People’s Bill on The Right of Children to Free, Compulsory, Quality, Equitable Education up to 18 years (12th std ) Act, 2015 HRF, through the Tamil Nadu Forum on Right to Education, submitted the draft bill to Mr. Ambrish Rai, National Convener, National RTE Forum at the 7th National Stocktaking Convention on the implementation of RTE Act, 2009 …

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Advanced Training for Child Rights Defenders: Monitoring state mechanisms

Advanced Training for Child Rights Defenders: Monitoring state mechanisms Institute of Human Rights Advocacy and Research conducted a one day “Advanced Training for Child Rights Defenders: Monitoring State Mechanisms” on 2 March 2017 at Chennai.  54 participants from 10 districts & 2 states participated and gained through advance training. The participants were trained in Child Rights …

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Children’s Voices for Human Rights Newsletter – Issue no.75

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Children’s Voices for Human Rights Newsletter – Issue no.74

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Factsheet: Status of child rights with specific reference to RtE in Tamil Nadu

1           Introduction Ensuring education for all children up to 18 years helps prevents child specific violations such as child labour, child marriage, child sexual abuse including child trafficking and child sex work and children in conflict with the law. There is national and state level commitment to the right of children to free and compulsory …

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Back to school (Chennai Higher Secondary School, Maduvankarai)

HRF equipped poor children who are studying in Chennai Higher Secondary School, Maduvankarai, with school bag, notebooks, geometry box and pens. HRF also provided school fees, uniform and study materials for students. These students are mainly from scheduled castes (dalit) studying in 9th and 10th Standards. Most of themcome from single parent families, especially women …

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