From Child Reporters
Children’s issues through children’s eyes
November 14, 2007, Pune: On Children’s Day, Sakal, a leading newspaper of Maharashtra, published a unique supplement containing articles on children, written by children.
National Child Reporters Meet
Children from villages and districts across the country gathered at Gandhi Darshan for the first ever National Child Reporters Meet, November 19th to 21st 2007.
The CRC@18: It’s Impact on a Generation of Children
While it is difficult to attribute progress and tangible results for children and families solely to the existence of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, its overall positive impact on the lives of millions of children and families around the globe
First National Child Reporters Meet in Delhi
A national workshop for child reporters is being held in New Delhi from today till 21st November at Gandhi Darshan.
The Convention on Child Right turns 18 today – Happy Birthday!
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child turns 18 today, which means an entire generation of children has grown to adulthood under its protection.
30 village child reporters geared up to change the world
Cartoons do not always tickle your funny bone, sometimes they also make you frown and contemplate the harsh reality beyond the visible.
Children can fight gender inequality: Prof Amartya Sen
Asserting the important role that young people could play in fighting gender inequality, Nobel Laureate Prof Amartya Sen said, ‘inequalities continue because we tolerate them.’
Children’s participation in decision-making is key to their development : Somnath Chatterjee
For five children from the Delhi schools who are part of the Gandhi Media Literacy Programme, it was a dream-come-true to first see the proceedings of the Lok Sabha and thereafter interview Shri Somnath Chatterjee, Hon’ble Speaker of Lok Sabha.
Massive campaign across the country needed to fight female foeticide: Cecilio Adorna
Mr. Cecilio Adorna, the UNICEF Representative in India has vast experience in planning and managing social development programmes in various countries across the world with particular emphasis on women, children and the poor.
Media Training helps children to look at society differently: Sharmila Tagore
The Chairperson of the Central Board of Film Certification, Sharmila Tagore expressed that children are the building blocks of any nation and there’s an urgent need for children to understand their responsibilities and shoulder them.