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Child Rights Week 2010

End corporal punishment: Let children thrive

National level programme:
  • 4 October 2010: Opening of the CRC Week 2010 by the honourable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Venue: Osmany Memorial Hall
  • 5 October 2010: Girl Child Day Programmes: Rally from Public Library to Bangladesh Shishu Academy (BSA). Children gathering, entertainment activities for girl child, discussion and cultural programme and Meena film show. Venue BSA
  • 6 October 2010: Activities for vulnerable children: Children gathering and entertainment activities, cultural competitions, cultural show and award giving. Venue: BSA
  • 7 October 2010: Activities for children with disability: Seminar, gathering of children with disability and drawing competition, discussion programme, cultural programme, still photography exhibition, drawing exhibition, Meena show and film show for children. Venue: BSA.
  • Song and IPT Show at Rabindra Sorobor, Dhanmondi : Programme will be live on Air by ATN Bangla from 4:00 PMto 5:30 PM
  • 8 October 2010: Early Childhood Development Activities
  • 9 October 2010: Activities of working children: Gathering of working children, discussion programme, entertainment activity, sport competition. Venue: BSA
  • 10 October 2010: Closing day: Children gathering, children debate competition, cultural programme and ward giving, and closing. Venue : BSA
Divisional and district level activities:
  • Daily interactive popular theatre shows on campaign against and parenting skills and child friendly teaching to address corporal punishment in six divisional cities and different parts of Jamalpur, Cox'sbazar, Banderban, Narail, Rangpur, Bhola and Sunamganj
  • District level workshop on (Build awareness against child labour).
  • There will be more activities at divisional, district and upazilla level according to the local plan



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