|Voices for Change: Children on Community Radio||Child participation in radio has been facilitated by Save the Children’s Child Rights Governance Team in Bangladesh since 2014, in partnership with two community radio stations. Participating children were facilitated in building their capacity in radio and to create a media platform for their participation. A small group of children from a marginalized community were provided with the technical skills to raise their voices to be heard by the local government actors.||18/01/2016||2MB|
|Speaking Up for Rights: Child parliaments||The Child Parliament is a platform where children can raise their concerns on child rights to the duty bearers and large audiences like the adults. ||18/01/2016||2MB|
|Approach Paper-Turning Rights into Realities (English)||Child Friendly Local Governance (CFLG)
comprises a rights-based child programming
approach and a set of social accountability
initiatives that, in concert, work to facilitate,
promote and institutionalize the empowerment
and participation of children and adolescents in
the governance arrangements at the local level.
The aim is to ensure better services and
improve accountability of local government for
the rights of children.||18/01/2016||1023KB|
|Approach Paper-Turning Rights into Realities (Bangla)||Child Friendly Local Governance (CFLG) comprises a rights-based child programming approach and a set of social accountability initiatives that, in concert, work to facilitate, promote and institutionalize the empowerment and participation of children and adolescents in the governance arrangements at the local level. The aim is to ensure better services and improve accountability of local government for the rights of children.||18/01/2016||6MB|
|Approach Paper-Putting Child Sensitive Social Protection ||Child Sensitive Social Protection is a Save the Children initiative in South Asia aiming to reduce vulnerability
and poverty of children by ensuring that social protection measures lead to meaningful investment in children.
Currently the programme is being implemented in Bangladesh, India and Nepal. This paper is a part of a series
of working papers being developed on the programme with the purpose of sharing practical approaches for
|Doing More,Doing Better:Social Protection for Adscnt Girls||This story shows the process of how to better include adolescent girls in the existing social protection framework in Bangladesh. Through evidence-based strategic advocacy, Save the Children has tried to better link with social protection systems and structures already in place in order to improve social protection for adolescent girls in Bangladesh. Save the Children has been implementing Child Sensitive Social Protection projects in Bangladesh since 2011 and is presently continuing its efforts to increase and improve social protection with the collaboration of WFP who supports MOWCA (Ministry of women and Children affairs) in administering VGD (Vulnerable Group Feeding) programme.||18/01/2016||3MB|
|UNCRC-র ৫ম বিকল্প প্রতিবেদনের সুপারিশসমূহ ||বাংলাদেশ সরকারের পাশাপাশি ২০১৪ সালে শিশু অধিকার নিয়ে কাজ করে এমন ৬টি আন্তর্জাতিক সংস্থা (সেভ দ্য চিলড্রেন সহ), ৩টি নেটওয়ার্ক এবং একটি মানবাধিকার সংস্থার সমন্বয়ে গঠিত চাইল্ড রাইটস অ্যাডভোকেসি কোয়ালিশন ইন বাংলাদেশ একটি বিকল্প প্রতিবেদন প্রেরণ করে। এই প্রতিবেদনে শিশু অধিকার বিষয়ে সরকারের প্রদত্ত প্রতিশ্রুতির চর্চা ও ধারাবাহিকতার কথা উল্লেখ করা হয়েছে। ||02/08/2015||4MB|
|Mapping of Good CSR Practices in Bangladesh||A mapping exercise has been carried out with 48 businesses to identify Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices which reflect child rights in the Textile and ICT/Communication sectors.
|Governance Mechanism of Ministry of Women & Children Affairs||This report describes present Ministry of Women and Children Affairs (MoWCA) structure and recommends for establishing a separate Directorate for
|State Party Periodic Report to UNCRC||This report provides an account of the present status on implementation of UN Child Rights Convention and it's Optional Protocols in Bangladesh. It gives a critical assessment of the Fifth Periodic Report submitted by the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh in October 2012 in light of the Concluding Observations in 2009 and General Comments made by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.||18/05/2015||438KB|