Leave No Child Behind

 

Why development agencies must not allow street children to get left behind in the Sustainable Development Goals.

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International Day for Street Children 2018

This International Day for Street Children 2018, Consortium for Street Children is launching the ‘4 Steps to Equality’ campaign – a call to governments around the world to take four steps that will achieve equality for street children.

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Consortium for Street Children Research Conference 2017

Highlights from Annual CSC Research Conference 2017

Consortium for Street Children held its annual Research Conference on 9th November 2017. We brought together experts from around the world, including researchers, academics and NGOs to discuss street-connected children’s resilience.

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UN Side Event Summary: Launching the General Comment

On 28th September 2017, we were delighted to see the fruits of our Network’s labour formally launched at a very successful UN side event.

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Rights of Children in Street Situations

Find out all about the UN side event in Geneva to celebrate the launch of General Comment No 21 of the Committee of the Rights of the Child.

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UN Formally Recognises Rights of Street Children

July 6 2017 — The General Comment on Children in Street Situations has now been published by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.

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Resilience: From Research to Practice Shared Learning Panel

Sign up for a place on the first Building with Bamboo shared learning panel on 21st June.

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Police are murdering street children in Eldoret

Police brutality against street children is not a new issue. A recent horrifying attack on street children in Eldoret, Kenya, by local and paramilitary police units has sparked for calls for the Director of Public Prosecutions to investigate. Continue reading

Student donates 3000 Swiss Francs to CSC

We’d like to give a gigantic thank you to Minami, a student in Switzerland, for donating 3000 Swiss Francs to us.

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