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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Double your impact on street child rights!

Our Big Give Christmas Challenge is now live!

We are fundraising for our project to protect street children’s rights, and as part of the Challenge, from 12pm 28 November – 12pm 5 December, all donations made to our project will be doubled!

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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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Opportunity: Treasurer of CSC’s Trustee Board

We are seeking a new Treasurer. We are looking for someone with excellent financial management skills at the strategic level, who can play the governance role of ensuring that our accounts are well managed and understood by the Board of Trustees.

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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.

Donate

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

Our network

Member spotlight

Children Unite works in partnership with organisations to protect child domestic workers from exploitation and abuse and promote their rights world-wide. They do this in three ways:

  • Running research and advocacy projects in partnership with organisations working directly with child domestic workers that give opportunities for children to identify their needs and advocate for their rights.
  • Establishing a technical advice service to increase the capacity of organisations currently assisting child domestic workers to expand their reach and/or improve their advocacy and services.
  • Creating an international community of activists who take action to support the campaigns of child domestic workers across the globe advocating for their rights.

Find out more about Children Unite at http://www.childrenunite.org.uk