The Consortium for Street Children (CSC) is a global network that raises street children’s voices, promotes their rights and improves their lives. We do this through our focus on advocacy, research and network development.

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CSC Research Conference 2015 – Call for research posters

CSC’s annual Research Conference will take place on Thursday 5th November. The Research Expert Forum meeting will take place on Friday 6th November. The  theme this year is street-connected children’s identities, with the title ‘I move, therefore I am not: exploring different conceptualisations of street-connected children’s identities’.

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ECOWAS workshop

CSC and its members work for street children’s rights in West Africa

Consortium for Street Children, members and partners mobilized to work for street-connected children’s rights at a recent workshop in West Africa.

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CSC Advocacy & Research and Communications & Fundraising Interns opportunities

We are looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic intern to support our Advocacy Manager and Advocacy and Research Officer from September 2015 – February 2016 for 3 days per week, and for a Communications and Fundraising intern to support our external communication and fundraising work on a part-time basis.

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Resource Centre

Visit the world's largest online collection of publications and research reports on street children.

Demand a Day

Join thousands of others and sign our petition calling for a UN recognised day for street children.

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Join our growing community of supporters on social media – follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook.

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You can make a vital difference to our work and help improve the lives of street children around the world.

Our network

Member spotlight

Laughter Africa works with street children to fulfil their aspirations and to help them to bring about positive change in their lives in the following ways:

(1) By trying to trace the street children’s families in the hope that they can be reunited with their family. Continue reading