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We, UN and non-UN entities, re-affirm our determination to prevent future acts of sexual exploitation and abuse by our personnel.
We note the issuance of this Statement at the High-level Conference on Eliminating Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by UN and NGO Personnel on 4 December 2006 in New York, USA and welcome future endorsement of this Statement by others.
Joint NGO statement ahead of the European Council of 28-29 June 2016 NGOs strongly condemn new EU policies to contain migration
At the upcoming European Council, European Union (EU) leaders will discuss the European Commission’s Communication on a new Partnership Framework with third countries. The Communication proposes an approach which aims to leverage existing EU and Member States' external cooperation instruments and tools in order to stem migration to Europe.
The first World Humanitarian Summit, which will take place in Istanbul, Turkey, in May 2016, will bring together governments, humanitarian organisations, and people affected by humanitarian crises to propose solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges. In the months leading up to the Summit, ensuring that children’s voices are heard in these discussions is a key priority for Plan International.
Globally, we are witnessing a rise in the scale, frequency and impact of humanitarian crises on vulnerable people, pushing the international humanitarian system to its limits. Australia plays a vital role in responding to these challenges, both in our immediate region and globally. A new paper developed by ACFID's Humanitarian Reference Group (HRG), involving 14 leading humanitarian Non-Government Organisations (NGO), has been launched today, 8 May.
Niños conscientes de las causas de violencia en sus países
Por cuarto año consecutivo ChildFund Alliance da eco a las voces de los niños y niñas alrededor del mundo y a sus opiniones acerca de la violencia, la paz y la felicidad.
20 de Noviembre de 2013. Los niños y niñas en Latinoamérica y alrededor del mundo a una edad tan temprana como los 10 años ya son conscientes de las causas de la violencia en sus países, así lo revela la encuesta de ChildFund Alliance, realizada por cuarto año consecutivo esta vez entre 6,500 niños de 47 países.
**Organization renews efforts in assisting vuln erable children in marking International Day for Disaster Reduction
Richmond, Va. – Oct. 11, 2013 – In marking the U.N. General Assembly’s International Day for Disaster Reduction this Sunday, ChildFund International, a global development organization serving children in 30 countries around the world, underscored its commitment to helping children with disabilities prepare for and respond to natural disasters.
Children Share Their Hopes, Dreams, Fears
by Cynthia Price, Director of Communications
In the Victorian era, children were to be seen and not heard. Today, we know it’s important to listen to children. At ChildFund, we really listen to children. We just heard from more than 6,000!
We asked them about their hopes, dreams and fears. We even asked them about the environment. It’s part of our third annual survey of children conducted with other members of ChildFund Alliance.