#CovidUnder19: Life Under Coronavirus survey for children

The Centre for Children’s Rights at the Queen’s University of Belfast has worked with children’s rights organisations from across the world to gather views and experiences of children and young people on their rights during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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NEMECSEK PROGRAM: child safeguarding policy

In 2019, we organized an international conference on the importance and usefulness of child safeguarding policies in order to raise public awareness. The conference made it clear that raising awareness and giving a helping hand for schools, NGOs, and church-related organizations to elaborate and develop their own safeguarding policies is important for the well-being and safety of children.

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Volunteering opportunity for native English proofreaders

If you are interested and willing to join us, please send your CV and a brief introductory letter to: hr@hintalovon.hu

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How do we help children and families during COVID-19?

Here is, what Hintalovon Child Rights Foundation did for children and families during the pandemic to help them.

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Family contract – stay at home

No matter how much one loves one’s family, long confinement can be difficult for everyone. Therefore, our Child Rights Ambassadors have compiled a model family contract to make it easier for everyone to live together.

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The state of play for children in Hungary in 2018

The Year of the Family was not only about how much the state spends on welfare and how the resources are allocated, but also a public debate began on what makes up a family.

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The Child Rights Ambassadors Team has been expanded

Our main plan and goal in increasing the number of staff is to involve the children in as many of the Foundation’s programs and tasks as possible, so that they can have their say.

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UN: what should be done for children in Hungary?

In 2019, Hungary had to report to the UN on the realization of children’s rights. In January 2020, the UN Concluding observations about what Hungary needs to do to realize children’s rights was published.

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ECPAT has grown to include its first Hungarian member

Thanks to this membership, we will be even more efficient in representing the rights of children who become victims of sexual abuse and exploitation. We will also be able to communicate ECPAT campaigns, expert materials, and news directly to professionals and anyone interested, which is another important step forward.

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New international research with child participation

Children 10-17 years of age are involved to find out what children need in general in difficult or vulnerable situation, what makes children feel safe and how they feel respected by adults.

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Hintalovon is now part of the network Keeping Children Safe

We are delighted to share with you the good news that Hintalovon Child Rights Foundation is now part of the network of dedicated and passionate organizations of Keeping Children Safe.

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