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Celebrating International Women’s Day without women?

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It is sadly ironic that we cannot show you the women teachers who have contributed to nor benefitted from the positive impacts that our programme in Pakistan has led to, just as we are celebrating International Women’s Day.

Realising children’s right to education for gender equality

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Our Paths to School Success project in Sindh province in Pakistan is having a series of positive impacts on gender equality and gender relations in the communities where we are working.

How to tackle gender equality in time of Ebola in Sierra Leone?

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Child to Child has taken part in Wiley’s celebration of the International Women’s Day: we published a blog about how we will mainstream gender across our new radio educational programme in Sierra Leone.

How children's rights in the digital age are critical

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At an LSE event recently, Sonia Livingstone discussed how fast-developing ICTs are reshaping children’s lives at a worldwide level, and how that requires that we consider children’s rights in the digital age.

Ace Africa’s CtC health clubs receive Stars Award 2014

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Last Saturday 13 December, Joanna Waddington, Founder and Country Director of Ace Africa Tanzania, attended the Stars Impact Award 2014 ceremony in London. There, she received the Stars Impact Award in the category of health for Africa and the Middle East for Ace’s Community Health & Wellbeing programme, which uses the Child to Child approach.

Are children's rights finally at the top of the agenda?

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Last week Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi, two renowned children’s rights activists and advocates, officially received the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, Norway. This is a groundbreaking decision which puts children’s rights at the top of the international human rights agenda.

Empowering Children on the Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Last month Celine Woznica, Director of Child to Child Americas, was part of a delegation of experts in the rights of children with disabilities and attended the launch of the Global Initiative on Autism (GIA), in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Call for conference proposals on child rights

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The Aga Khan University Institute for Human Development is calling for conference presentation proposals for its inaugural conference on 12-14 February 2015. The deadline to submit a proposal is on 21 November 2015.