Read the selected insights, thoughts and experiences of our staff and partners.
September 30, 2013 was a special day in Geneva. That day, representatives from the UN Committee on the rights of the Child, NGO’s, and play advocates all gathered together in… Read more
“Research shows that 68% of children in favela communities suffer at home”, read the headline above the article in ‘O Globo’ newspaper . “In Rio, 60% of parents in favelas… Read more
While attending ReadyNation’s 2013 National Business Leader Summit in Atlanta, at which senior business people voiced their support for more investment in the young children of the United States, I… Read more
The Children and Violence Evaluation Challenge Fund has announced the results of its second round of funding. From 252 concept notes submitted in response to a call for propoals in… Read more
What do former president George W. Bush, Prince Charles and country singer Garth Brooks have in common? All have become first-time grandparents since we celebrated Grandparents Day last September. They… Read more
Advocates have spent many years promoting children’s participation, but good practice remains fragmented. We need to create a community of practice to consolidate and share lessons about rights-based participation in… Read more
Estimated at 10 – 12 million, the Roma1 is the largest ethnic minority in Europe, comparable in size to the population of Belgium or Portugal. It is a young and… Read more