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THEIR TIME IS NOW – TIME TO ACT! Engaging Young People in Accelerating Efforts to Eliminate Child, Early and Forced Marriage in Asia – Thematic Brief

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 1 July 2019

Young people’s ideas, solutions and actions to eliminate child, early and forced marriage (CEFM) are gathering considerable momentum across the Asia region. Evidence confirms that when young people are meaningfully involved in messaging and decision-making, real progress towards eliminating this harmful practice can be achieved.

The creativity, boldness and energy that young people are contributing needs to be built upon, scaled up and sustained. Their Time is Now – Time to Act! presents key findings on structural and functional aspects of youth groups engaged in CEFM elimination, while offering a set of practical recommendations for key stakeholders.

This thematic brief is derived from a full analysis report under the same main title.

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THEIR TIME IS NOW – TIME TO ACT! Report of the Regional Comparative Analysis of Approaches to Youth Activism and Engagement to Eliminate Child, Early and Forced Marriage in Asia

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 1 July 2019

Young people’s ideas, solutions and actions to eliminate child, early and forced marriage (CEFM) are gathering considerable momentum across the Asia region. Evidence confirms that when young people are meaningfully involved in messaging and decision-making, real progress towards eliminating this harmful practice can be achieved.

The creativity, boldness and energy that young people are contributing needs to be built upon, scaled up and sustained. Their Time is Now – Time to Act! presents key findings on structural and functional aspects of youth groups engaged in CEFM elimination, while offering a set of practical recommendations for key stakeholders.

This full analysis report is accompanied by a thematic brief under the same main title.

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TIME TO ACT! Accelerating Efforts to Eliminate Child, Early and Forced Marriage in Asia (July 2018)

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 9 November 2018

The Time to Act! report delves into emerging interventions that have high potential to be successful and effective in preventing, reducing and eliminating Child, Early and Forced Marriage (CEFM) across Asia, and highlights the factors that might lead to success. It also identifies initiatives and innovative approaches that seem most likely to eliminate CEFM if implemented at scale by governments and other relevant stakeholders in Asia and beyond. Extensive document review and interviews with a range of stakeholders were conducted in five focus countries (Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia and Vietnam) to identify promising interventions and key success factors, challenges, opportunities and themes.

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BOOKLET: VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 4 July 2017

Violence Against Children in Southeast Asia is a booklet which aims to be a tool for all child rights advocates in the region. It contains global, regional and national facts and figures on the forms of violence and the groups of children who are in vulnerable situations.

 

CRC Asia will launch the booklet on the 4th of July 2017 from 6 pm to 7 pm Bangkok time at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand.


Invited in the reception are representatives from international child rights advocacy groups, United Nations agencies, national human rights organizations and international non-government organizations. The launch shall also feature a performance by the Crescent Moon Space, a group of performing artists based in Bangkok.

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Advocacy Mapping and Stakeholder Analysis for Children's Right to Protection in ASEAN

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 13 November 2015

Produced by Child Rights Coalition Asia, the Advocacy Mapping and Stakeholders Analysis has identified current threads of advocacy relating to violence against children and key players in each advocacy area with specific focus on child protection issues specified in the ASEAN Regional Plan of Action on Eliminating Violence against Children and the UNCRC General Comment No. 13. The Analysis included child rights issues that are emerging in the ASEAN Region but have not yet been explored by the CSOs. The findings are grouped according a number of child protection vulnerabilities that children are exposed to, including: children not registered at birth, stateless and refugee children, children living on the streets, children with disabilities, children affected by HIV/AIDS, and children exposed to ICT related risks. Additionally, the Mapping helped identifying emerging child protection issues as a result of unveiling the ASEAN Economic Community. 

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Four Years On and Still Treading Water

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 12 December 2014

This is the fourth report on the ASEAN Human Rights Mechanism prepared by the Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA) and the Solidarity for Asian People’s Advocacy – Task Force on ASEAN and Human Rights (SAPA TFAHR) since the establishment of the ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR) in 2009.

This is the first report that also includes a performance assessment of the ASEAN Commission on the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Women and Children (ACWC). 

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All Rights for All Children

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 23 May 2014

A report on the mapping and analysis of advocacy initiatives that have been pursued by the Civil Society Coalitions and Plan Country Offices in Asia.

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National Child Protection Systems – An Interagency Analysis in the East Asia and Pacific Region

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 1 January 2014

The Report captures the findings of the inter-agency research (supported by ECPAT, ILO, Plan ARO, Save the Children, UNICEF and World Vision) which has reviewed the child protection system mapping and assessment in 14 countries across East Asia and the Pacific Region.

The recommendations of this analysis aim to guide different regional child protection actors towards child protection systems advancement, including creating a stronger evidence base for systems development, developing a common national system frameworks, designing systems fit for country contexts and seeking more resources to strengthen child protection systems.

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