Search results for "Child/human rights":

CRIN - Child Rights Information Network
Type: Information-Sharing Network
Country: Global
Theme: Child/human rights
Detail: A global network co-ordinating information and promoting action on child rights.

Disabled Children’s Action Group (DICAG)
Type: Parents Support Group; Organisation or Network
Country: South-Africa
Theme: Parents, families and communities Disability Child/human rights
Detail: DICAG is a non-racial, national parent organisation that promotes and protects the rights of children with all forms of disabilities, with the special emphasis on: prevention, rehabilitation, social integration, mobilisation of parents, empowerment of children, siblings and parents.

Indonesian Blind Union (Pertuni)
Type: Disabled Peoples Organisation
Country: Indonesia
Theme: Disability Visual impairment Child/human rights
Detail: Indonesian Blind Union with a country wide network of branches.

Norwegian Afghanistan Committee (NAC)
Type: International NGO
Country: Afghanistan
Theme: Child/human rights Diversity and non-discrimination Deafness Disability EFA and SDGs Environment, infrastructure, universal design Gender Health Parents, families and communities Refugees, conflict, emergencies Teacher education WASH - Water, sanitation and hygiene
Detail: NAC was established in Norway in 1980 in response to the Soviet invasion in Afghanistan. Local committees in Norway immediately rallied public opinion against the invasion, promoted solidarity with the Afghan people and conducted fundraising campaigns to assist the growing number of Afghans caught in the middle of the conflict. In 1983 NAC opened its first office in Peshawar, Pakistan, followed by a field office in Ghazni province in 1986 and in Keshem, Badakhshan province in 1991. In 1997 a liaison office was opened in Kabul which later, in 2002, became NAC’s Country Office. The history of NAC shows that the solidarity and commitment of NAC towards the Afghan people, lasting for over 30 years, is not dependent on specific political causes or limited to specific aid areas. We have evolved from a solidarity organization into a professional relief and development NGO where solidarity with the Afghan people still lies in the heart of all our work plans and strategies. We work closely with beneficiary communities in order to develop the best strategies and programs and to ensure effective implementation.

Save the Children
Type: International NGO
Country: Global
Theme: Child/human rights EFA and SDGs Poverty Refugees, conflict, emergencies Language, culture and religion Health
Detail: Save the Children focuses on saving lives in emergencies, campaigning for children's rights, and improving their futures through long-term development work. They have a long history of working to make education more inclusive for a wide range of learners.