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Guidelines for Industry on Child Online Protection (Mongolian)
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Guidelines for Industry on Child Online Protection
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Progress for children in the land of the blue sky: celebrating 25 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Mongolia (Mongolian)
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Progress for children in the land of the blue sky: celebrating 25 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Mongolia (English)
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CP report Ending Violence against Children: Six Strategies for Action (English)

The report provides case studies from around the globe to illustrate how well-crafted prevention and response strategies can reduce the prevalence and impact of violence against children.  It is directed at government leaders, civil society representatives, the private sector and the international development community.


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Analysis of the situation of children in Mongolia 2014 (Mongolian)

 

This document aims to capture the status of the realization of rights of Mongolian children, presenting also
factors that contribute to a better understanding of the barriers and gaps hindering further progress, as well as possibilities to address these. 


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Analysis of the situation of children in Mongolia 2014 (English)

 

This document aims to capture the status of the realization of rights of Mongolian children, presenting also
factors that contribute to a better understanding of the barriers and gaps hindering further progress, as well as possibilities to address these.


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Reducing preventable child deaths from pneumonia, diarrhoea and newborn complication in Mongolia

 

The research provides important new empirical data that contributes to understanding local barriers to newborn care and the treatment of childhood pneumonia and diarrhea in Mongolia. 


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Child rights and business principles in Mongolian

The Children’s Rights and Business Principles provide a comprehensive framework for understanding and addressing the impact of business on the rights and well-being of children. Save the Children, the UN Global Compact and UNICEF hope that these Principles will serve as inspiration and a guide for all business in their interactions with children.

 


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