The Cross - border Programme
Save the Children's Cross - border Programme focuses on migration, trafficking, and child protection in the Greater Mekong Sub - region (Southeast Asia). Our blog chronicles our work, stories, and situations faced by children, migrants, and survivors of trafficking in Cambodia, China, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. We aim to create national level child protection systems through youth empowerment and advocacy efforts with government officials. We use arts for advocacy approaches to raise awareness about the challenges faced by children affected by migration.
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Thai youth delegate at UN CRC’s Day of General Discussion
On September 28, 2012, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child devoted a full day of its 61st session to discuss “The rights of all children in the context of international migration” in Geneva. Save the Children supported children participation by in...60 weeks ago
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