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Madiha Abid Ali Apr 12
These children are extremely vulnerable, and at risk from sexual abuse, exploitation, substance abuse and deprivation.Why street children remain excluded from policy priorities and programming. Watch details in at 8:04pm
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ActionAid India Apr 12
Street children occupy a continuum of minimal to maximal dependency on the streets. We need different policy and programme interventions at different levels to keep them safe, well nourished and well educated. Spread the word. Support our work.
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Godwin Obaseki (GGO) Apr 12
1.  As the world marks the International Day for Street Children, I reaffirm the state's commitment to protecting children through robust policies and laws to cater for their needs and ensure that none is left unattended to on the street.
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Reham Khan Apr 12
My mission is to see every child safe & off the street. We must implant article 25A.
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Global Citizen India Apr 12
This let's talk about those children who live on the streets - hungry, unprotected and moreover, employed. Unable to share their stories with anyone - alone, invisible and waiting for our support. It’s high time we talk about .
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Youth Ki Awaaz 🌈 Apr 20
Replying to @YouthKiAwaaz
Imagine being constantly haunted by the possibility of losing your home! This was Sultana's childhood. But access to education helped her overcome these challenges and today, she's a community leader!
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ActionAid India Apr 12
International Day for Children Living in Streets
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Ubuntu African Foundation Apr 11
Physical and sexual abuse is one of the harsh realities of life on the streets for our children. This is why so many of our kids sniff fuel to mask the pain of life on the streets, to dull hunger pains and to help them sleep.
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AbbVie Apr 11
It’s one thing to have rights. It’s another to make sure those rights are respected. FInd out how our Legal team is helping ensure both:
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Arré Apr 11
Street children in India often end up as child labourers. Look around, you will find a chotu everywhere.
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SavetheChildrenIndia Apr 13
Thanks for standing up for India's most vulnerable children - those living on the streets. Your support means a lot!
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Pragya Vats Apr 13
Thank you for making visible through this story
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Godwin Obaseki (GGO) Apr 12
Replying to @GovernorObaseki
2.  I urge people to report cases of parents and other care givers who abandon or abuse their children, as the state’s Child Rights Law has provisions for the protection of children against abuse.
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Peter Fahy Apr 12
street children cannot be protected or gain equality and access to services unless they have an identity recognised by the state and means for police officers to access that information
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Lumos Apr 12
Children living on the street are not counted in government monitoring, just like children in institutions. Don’t let them remain invisible.
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ASEAN SOGIE Caucus Apr 11
Street children face multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination including on the basis of sexual orientation & gender identity, accdg to CRC General Comment 21
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Joyce Anelay Apr 25
Pleased to be elected as a Co-Chair of All Party Parliamentary Group on Street Children. Vital that Governments protect them from violence & abuse & ensure they have access to justice when harmed.
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Rori Raquib Apr 10
Very excited to launch 's '4 Steps to Equality' campaign on - working with the best team!
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Basic Rights Counsel Initiative (BRCI) Apr 12
Today is . Let the walk begin!
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Africhild centre Apr 12
Recommendations 2 ending exodus of children to Ugandan streets - Emphasis of reconciliation programs - Govt should monitor child retention at school - should arrest thugs & detain them -Continuous employment of children as maids sh'd b discouraged
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