As a child, how do I complain about child rights violations?

  The Committee on the Rights of the Child (here now “Committee”) monitors the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child by its State parties. Since 2014, children can complain about their country directly to the Committee, if certain criteria are met. Questions children (everyone under the age of 18 years) shall […]

In Cameroon, child labour is a cultural norm

The global community is demanding an end to an unacceptable practice in Cameroon. It is calling for the eradication of the worst forms of child exploitation, including work in slavery-like conditions, dangerous and exhausting work, and other extreme forms of exploitation. In its campaign against child labour, the International Labour Organization (ILO) has proposed, to […]

Remand Centres in France: Another chance for young offenders

‘Closed Education Centres’ (CEF) are defined, in Article 33 of 2 February 1945’s ruling on young offenders, as centres where “minors are subject to measures of surveillance and control ensuring an educational and pedagogic programme which is individually adapted and reinforced”.  The United Nations Committee for the Rights of the Child sees these establishments, thought […]

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Our action in the field

In Rwanda, we help local leaders to develop an intuitive emotional understanding of children’s rights

What we do

Independent observatory

We constantly monitor the situation of children and report violation cases in the world, with the ultimate aim of ensuring total transparency.

Online child rights education

We promote the emergence and development of an online community by using digital communication technologies and tools to educate adults and children in a simple and understandable way.

Legal advice

We provide legal advice on children’s rights, working with a global network of lawyers.

Strengthening the actors of change

We implement the rights of the child at a local level using a unique interdisciplinary combination of legal tools and psychosocial techniques.

Child welfare

We work with local NGOs to support and implement projects for the protection of children, their development, survival and education.

Our impact

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Child welfare beneficiairies
Active volunteers every month

Children’s rights in the world

We monitor the evolution of children’s rights and make them accessible and understandable to as many people as possible.

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