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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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PUBLIC BUDGETS: HOW GOVERNMENTS SHOULD SPEND MONEY FOR CHILDREN’S RIGHTS

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 4 April 2017

This child-friendly material explains the UN CRC General Comment No. 19 (GC19) Public Budgeting for the Realization of Children’s Rights which was launched on 22 September 2016.

 

GC19 spells out the obligations of state parties to the UNCRC regarding open, inclusive and accountable resource mobilization, budget allocation and spending for children. GC19 also recommends that children all over the world participate in budget decisions that will, for sure, affect them.

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THE WORLD WE WANT: A Guide to the Goals for Children and Young People

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 20 January 2017

The Child Rights Coalition Asia has recently reprinted The World We Want: A Guide to the Goals for Children and Young People. This 32-page guidebook presents the Global Goals for Sustainable Development or Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in a fun and child-friendly format.

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ASEAN Regional Plan of Action on Violence against Children

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 20 January 2017

The ASEAN Leaders have endorsed ASEAN RPAs (Regional Plan of Action) on Elimination of Violence against Children (EVAC) at the 27th ASEAN Summit on 21st November 2015 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Civil Society Programme Stakeholders’ Matrix

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 17 November 2014

Two diagrams displaying the interaction of international organisations, NGOs and civil society organisations within the ARO Regional Programme.

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Civil Society Coalitions’ Annual Regional Gathering Report, 2014

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 31 October 2014

A report on the Annual Regional Gathering that was held from 14-17 October, 2014 in Bangkok, Thailand.

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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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