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Adult First?

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 15 June 2018

“Adult First? A Guidebook for Child-Related Professionals and Adults to Learn about Children’s Right to Participation and How to Hear the Voice of Children Clearly” is a guidebook produced by the Hong Kong Committee on Children’s Rights (HKCCR) and reprinted in English by Child Rights Coalition Asia (CRC Asia).


Targeted to professionals dealing with children, the guidebook can be used by  lawyers, judges, police officers, medical doctors, and other adults to further understand how to uphold child participation in their everyday work. The publication draws from international standards of child participation, steps, approaches, and real-life stories about child engagement in different settings.


The publication is available for download HERE

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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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Child-friendly material on ASEAN Declaration on EVAW and EVAC

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 20 January 2017

In 2015, CRC produced a child-friendly material which provided children with an overview of ASEAN and related mechanisms where they can meaningfully engage leaders on child rights. This year, CRC Asia wanted to further enhance the knowledge of children on ASEAN while working on one of its advocacy issues – child protection, particularly the elimination of violence against children.

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#SafeWeb4Kids Campaign

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 20 January 2017

The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child was ratified in 1989, before the rise of the Internet. Children’s rights haven’t changed in the Internet age, but the context in which they’re expressed has. For example, digital media gives children greater opportunities to learn, socialize and play. But children also face increased risks, including from cyber bullying and potential abuse.

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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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Protected and Respected: Mastering the Duty of Care

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 30 May 2014

A toolkit for chaperons/adults extending support to children involved in international events.

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Guide for Monitoring the UNCRC in the Philippines

Added by Plan International Asia Regional Office | 2 January 2013

Produced by the Philippines NGO Coalition, the Guide for Monitoring the UNCRC provides comprehensive details about different stages of the reporting and monitoring of children's rights process in the Philippines.  

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