Child Rights Governance

Wednesday 29 March 2017

Ensure political rights of children keeping them away from political violence

In Bangladesh, there is no clause in the political party constitutions and Representation of People’s Order (RPO) of Election Commission about children’s participation in politics; and there is no guideline to protect them from any political violence. In the past children were widely misused by the political parties in different political activities and for that they were the victims of physical and mental torture.

Sunday 5 March 2017

Institutional care provided with local government in Savar

In Bangladesh, access to basic health services is generally difficult, but it is even more difficult for children with disabilities to obtain proper health treatment. In this regard, Save the Children initiated 6 Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) Centers at union level in three districts to support institutional care for children with disability.

Tuesday 3 January 2017

Institutionalization of Child-Friendly Local Governance

Recently, Local Government Division under the Ministry of LGRD and Cooperatives in Bangladesh issued two circulars on 19 December 2016, instructing Bangladesh Local Government Support Project (LGSP) to mainstream child-Friendly local governance approach by ensuring child participation in decision making process of Local Government.

Tuesday 27 December 2016

Children issues deserve greater allocation in budget

Save the Children launched “UNCRC General Comment on public budgeting for the realization of children’s rights” in Bangladesh on December 26, 2016 at CIRDAP international Conference Centre in Dhaka.

Monday 12 December 2016

A call to Government to ratify CRC Optional Protocol 3

Save the Children along with Child Rights Advocacy Coalition, has been advocating with the government Bangladesh to ratify CRC Optional Protocol 3. Optional Protocol (OP3) will allow children or their representatives to report rights violations directly to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, which will then investigate their complaints, and can ask governments to take action.

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