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A Global-Scale Interfaith Network of Organizations and Individuals dedicated to securing the Rights and Wellbeing of Children Worldwide
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Arigatou - GNRC Aug 15
Armed conflict has drastic effect on children and youth. Many child soldiers are deliberately recruited, abducted or coerced into fighting to protect themselves and their loved ones. In most cases the driving force into armed conflict is poverty & marginalisation.
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End Child Poverty Aug 14
Youth In Action has been on for 3 years now and the 4th one is coming this August Ever wondered what it is and how it contributes to and building peace? Find out >>>
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Arigatou Intl Geneva Aug 12
Today we celebrate International Youth Day! This day reminds us to treasure and support our youth, and help eradicate the obstacles that may prevent them from developing their full potential. Wishing everyone a happy International Youth Day!
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Arigatou - GNRC Aug 8
"Children are a gift of God and the future of the world. They are unique and special, and make us proud to have them around. It’s our duty to protect their dignity and ensure their rights are safeguarded." – Ms. Sashikala Lakshman, GNRC Coordinator, Sri Lanka.
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Arigatou - GNRC Aug 8
Arigatou International is part of the consortium to transform and advocate for youth education during the commemoration of in Kilifi, Kenya. We must empower youth and children towards sustainable development
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Arigatou - GNRC Aug 8
In line with the Convention on the Rights of the Child, GNRC's mission is to provide equal chance to children & youth across the world including those with disability – a fair chance to excel in life & focus on opportunities that will end violence against children
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Arigatou - GNRC Aug 5
Violence is damaging to children; it affects their physical & emotional well-being. We can broaden & build children’s capacity so that they can in turn understand the forms of violence against them & potentially be able to protect themselves. Pic Credit: Shanti Ashram Coimbatore
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Arigatou - GNRC Aug 4
Any child can be a victim of online child exploitation and abuse. Spread the word about online child safety – it starts with you! Image Credit: Somborski edukativni centar - SEC, GNRC Member
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End Violence Aug 4
Violence against children is one of the most pervasive issues that undermine the achievement of . It affects more than 1 billion girls & boys around the world. We want to against children today.
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Arigatou - GNRC Jul 30
All children and youth deserve the right to be protected from violence inflicted on them. Whether the violence is caused by family, friends, teachers or strangers, all forms of violence against children are harmful.
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Arigatou - GNRC Jul 29
"We must engage women, who play multiple roles in violent extremism and its prevention - as victims, as those recruited and radicalised, but most importantly as influencers in prevention and agents of peace." ~ Sec. Gen. António Guterres ()
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Arigatou - GNRC Jul 24
We ought to protect children and youth against violence. We must promote the rule of law and most importantly strengthen our institutions and increase access to justice so that children can live to their full potential. Let us renew our efforts towards peace & development.
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Arigatou - GNRC Jul 22
When we engage young women and mothers in peace building, we build our resilience against the radicalisation of youth and children; and have an upper hand in promoting gender equality and attaining peace and sustainable development.
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Arigatou - GNRC Jul 19
We cannot control the negative elements and the challenges in the society, but we can take control of our society by fostering good values and practises that will be passed onto our youth and children and the future generations.
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Arigatou Intl Geneva Jul 18
“Our Legal Framework in Lebanon is not adequate to protect children from all forms of violence, we need to reform our child protection laws, and we need to empower faith leaders to play a key role in child protection.” Judge-Sheikh Mohammed Abu Zayd
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Arigatou - GNRC Jul 17
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Arigatou - GNRC Jul 17
“For there to be peace, there has to be harmony between human beings, nature and life. Let us teach love, respect and understanding to children from a very early stage – we need to be human for humans.” – Ms. Rosalina Tuyuc Velásquez of the Mayan Culture.
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Arigatou - GNRC Jul 15
With Dr. Mustafa Y. Ali () on the role of the multi-religious study in promoting peace and sustainable development and ultimately ending violence against children.
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Arigatou - GNRC Jul 15
"If we are exposing children to this magnitude of violence how do we as faith communities expect children and youth to grow up safe?" – Dr. Mustafa Y. Ali (), Secretary General , and Director Arigatou International–Nairobi.
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Prayer and Action Jul 15
"In a world where we live with religious extremism, it is important to bring together human rights activism and ideology together as an alternative to mobilize children themselves for an agenda of peace and development." Prof. Savitri Goonesekere.
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