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Our 5th Annual Research Conference (Reserve your seat!)

On 9th November 2017, CSC is holding its 5th Annual Research Conference: “I Bend but I don’t Break: Exploring street-connected children’s resilience”, at the offices of Baker McKenzie in London.  The Keynote Speaker is Professor Linda Theron, University of Pretoria, South Africa.

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CSC Fundraising Event & Speech by Pamella Bisson

Our honorary president, Max Mongia, kindly organised a golf fundraising tournament. We are grateful to those who took part in the day, raising £5370 to help our work.

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CSC research conference poster submissions

Submit a Poster for the 2017 CSC Research Conference

The Consortium for Street Children’s annual conference on 9th November 2017 in London brings together academics and practitioners to explore new understandings of street-connected children and best practice in the sector.

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Red Nose Day USA collaboration with Consortium for Street Children

Announcing our first Red Nose Day Fund USA Partnerships

We announced a new two-year partnership with Red Nose Day Fund in March, and after a selection process, we’re happy to announce our first three ‘Keeping Street-Connected Children Safe’ project partnerships. They are – CESIP, CHETNA and JUCONI Mexico!

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Myth Buster blog about Street Children

Myth Busters: Challenge Your Perception of Street-Connected Children

There are a number of common misconceptions about street-connected children, let’s debunk them all.

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New partnership with Red Nose Day Fund USA to keep street-connected children safe

Consortium for Street Children is delighted to announce a new two-year partnership with the Red Nose Day Fund.

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New corporate partnership with leading global law firm, Baker & McKenzie

Consortium for Street Children are proud to announce new corporate partnership with leading global law firm, Baker & McKenzie.

Leading international law firm, Baker & McKenzie, will partner with the world’s only global network of street children’s organisations, Consortium for Street Children (CSC), over the next three years.  

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CSC’s annual Research Conference

What is a rights-based approach? What is the value of using one? And how can it be used to achieve change for street children? Join CSC on Thursday 3rd November 2016 at our fourth annual Research Conference: Is it time for rights-based change or changing rights? Legal, social and practical strategies for street-connected children.

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