Children’s rights

Achieving peace is best protection for children in Ukraine: Chinese envoy

“China once again calls on all parties to stay rational and exercise restraint, transcend prejudice and divisions, and make unremitting efforts for the early resolution of the crisis in Ukraine and for children to enjoy a peaceful future,” says Dai…

Deadly decade: UNICEF reports three-fold rise in verified attacks on children since 2010

Conflicts around the world are lasting longer and claiming more young lives, UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore said on Monday, as the agency reported that over this ‘deadly decade’, there has been a three-fold rise in verified attacks on children since 2010 – an average of 45 violations a day. “Attacks on children continue unabated as…

‘Millions of Children Subjected to Sexual Abuse, Sold,Trafficked for Prostitution, Forced Labour, Illegal Adoption or Transfer of Organs’

Human Wrongs Watch Millions of children are subjected to sexual abuse and exploitation, being sold and trafficked for prostitution, forced labour, illegal adoption or the transfer of organs, an independent United Nations expert on 11 March 2015 told the Human…

Hiramic Brotherhood of the Third Temple, a review

Introducing this collection of articles written by the author of the novel “Hiramic Brotherhood of the Third Temple” is easy and difficult at the same time. It is easy if we understand how important our children are and that only…

Is the World a Better Place for Children?

Human Wrongs Watch This November marks 25 years since the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Does a child born today have better prospects in life than one who was born at the…

How Does a Ball Help Change the Lives of Children?

  Human Wrongs Watch It all starts with a ball. Add an inspiring coach and a safe place to play, and the power of sport takes root. Since 2009, Just Play has helped empower and mobilize children in 11 Pacific…

New Delhi Declaration on South-South Cooperation for Children’s Rights

Governments from Asia Pacific adopt New Delhi Declaration on South-South Cooperation for Children’s Rights We, the delegations of the governments of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China, Cook Islands, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji,…