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CRC Asia Regional Consultation on Eliminating Violence Against Children and Increased Public Investment in Children

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 7 December 2015

This report captures the highlights of the Regional Consultation on the Elimination of Violence against Children and Increased Public Investment in Children organised by CRC Asia from 15-16 October, 2015 in Quezon City, Philippines. The Consultation was attended by a total of 117 representatives from the governments, civil society, NGOs, UN Organisations and financial sector. The Consultation aimed to provide updates on the efforts being taken for eliminating violence against children both regionally and globally. UNCRC Committee Vice Chairperson discussed the draft UNCRC General Comments on the Rights of Adolescents and Children in Street Situations. ACWC representatives discussed developments related to child protection such ASEAN Regional Plan of Action on EVAC, child protection in early childhood care and child protection systems. Open forums helped increasing engagement between ACWC representatives and civil society.  

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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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Protection in Action - Report of the Regional Evaluation of the Effectiveness of CBCPMs Supported by Plan in Asia

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 31 December 2014

This report is the result of the regional evaluation of the overall effectiveness of the existing community based child protection mechanisms (CBCPMs) supported by Plan in the Asia region, and their contribution to improved protection of children from all forms of violence. The evaluation was coordinated by Plan Asia Regional office and took place between November, 2013 and October 2014.

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Step by Step - Towards Child Safer Communities

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 30 December 2014

Parallel to the Regional Evaluation of the effectiveness of CBCPMs, Plan ARO took measures to develop this resource handbook for field practitioners capturing practical tips on how to work with and support strengthening CBCPMs. The handbook is intended to offer concrete tips and ideas based on and informed by Plan's experiences, primarily from the Asia Region. The resource is providing ideas derived from common practice, to be further adapted to local context and expores typical dilemmas, while offering suggestions for practical solutions.

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Report of the SAIEVAC 4th Technical Consultation

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 28 December 2014

This report outlines the discussions and recommendations of the first ever regional consultation specifically focusing on the protection of children with disabilities (CWDs) in South Asia. Plan Asia Civil Society Regional Programme supported SAIEVAC Secretariat to organise the Consultation. During the consultation children, CSO representatives and other stakeholders from the 8 countries explored various issues affecting the protection of CWDs. These findings were translated into priority actions and recommendations aiming at increased commitment to child sensitive policies, laws and measures to ensure more effective protection and inclusion of CWDs. 



 

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SAIEVAC Regional Children's Consultation on Stepping up Protection of Children with Disabilities in South Asia

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 28 December 2014

This report outlines the discussions and recommendations of the first ever regional children's consultation specifically focusing on the protection of children with disabilities (CWDs) in South Asia. Plan Asia Civil Society Regional Programme supported SAIEVAC Secretariat to organise the Consultation. During the consultation children explored various issues affecting the protection of CWDs. These findings were translated into priority actions and recommendations aiming at increased commitment to child sensitive policies, laws and measures to ensure more effective protection and inclusion of CWDs. 



 

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2nd Regional Consultation on the ASEAN Civil Society Conference/ASEAN People’s Forum

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 27 December 2014

The Report outlines the discussions and outcomes of the 2nd round of CSO consultation in preparation for ASEAN Civil Society Conference/ASEAN People’s Forum 2015 took place from 11-12 December, 2015 in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. 

 

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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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