Members

Members 2017-10-26T05:58:14+00:00
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Members

Child Rights Connect comprises 80 [automatically updated according to list of members] independent organisations. It is unique in its global outreach and its diversity, constituting a strong and credible global voice on children’s rights.

List of members:

  1. Action for Children and Youth Aotearoa, New Zealand
  2. African Child Policy Forum, Ethiopia
  3. Alliance for Children (Mauritius), Mauritius
  4. Anti-Slavery International, United Kingdom
  5. APPROACH Ltd. – Global Initiative to End all Corporal Punishment of Children, United Kingdom
  6. Arigatou International, Switzerland
  7. Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI), USA
  8. Associated Country Women of the World, United Kingdom
  9. Baha’i International Community, USA
  10. Casa Alianza Suisse, Switzerland
  11. Centre for Excellence in Alternative Care of Children, India
  12. Child Helpline International, Netherlands
  13. Child Rights International Network(CRIN), United Kingdom
  14. Child Rights Network Switzerland, Switzerland
  15. Children’s Parliament, Scotland, United Kingdom
  16. Children’s Rights Alliance, Ireland
  17. Children’s Rights Alliance for England(CRAE), United Kingdom
  18. Child Soldiers International, United Kingdom
  19. ChildFund Alliance, USA
  20. COFRADE(Conseil français des Associations pour les Droits de l’Enfant), France
  21. Consortium for Street Children, United Kingdom
  22. COPE (Children of Prisoners Europe), France
  23. CRC Asia, Philippines
  24. Defence for Children International, Swizerland
  25. Defence for Children International – DCI Costa Rica, Costa Rica
  26. ECPAT International, Thailand
  27. Edmund Rice International, Switzerland
  28. Egyptian Foundation for Advancement of Childhood Conditions (EFACC), Egypt
  29. Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver, Canada
  30. Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, USA
  31. EuroChild, Belgium
  32. European Association for Children in Hospital, Switzerland
  33. Family for Every Child, United Kingdom
  34. FICE International Federation of Educative Communities, Austria
  35. Franciscans International, Switzerland
  36. Friends-International, Switzerland
  37. Friends World Committee for Consultation (QUNO), Switzerland
  38. Hope and Homes for Children, United Kingdom
  39. Humanium, Switzerland
  40. Human Rights Watch, USA
  41. INGO Ponimanie, Belarus
  42. International Association of Youth and Family Judges and Magistrates, Switzerland
  43. International Baby Food Action Network, Switzerland
  44. International Catholic Child Bureau (BICE), France
  45. International Child Rights Center (InCRC), Republic of Korea
  46. International Council of Women, France
  47. International Federation of Social Workers, Switzerland
  48. International Foster Care Organisation, Ireland
  49. International Inner Wheel, United Kingdom
  50. International Juvenile Justice Observatory(IJJO), Belgium
  51. International Movement “ATD Fourth World”, France
  52. International Play Association: Promoting the Child’s Right to Play, United Kingdom
  53. International Social Service, Switzerland
  54. Internet Watch Foundation, United Kingdom
  55. Make Mothers Matter International / Le Mouvement Mondial des Mères, France
  56. Marist International Solidarity Foundation (FMSI), Switzerland
  57. National Coalition Deutschland, Germany
  58. NNAPEs, Uruguay
  59. Plan International, United Kingdom
  60. Plataforma de Organizaciones de Infancia, Spain
  61. Proyecto Solidario, Spain
  62. Red Latinoamericana de Acogimiento, Argentina
  63. Red Latinoamericana y Caribena por la Defensa de los derechos de los Niños, las Ninas y los Adolescentes, Uruguay
  64. Relais Enfants Parents Romands (REPR), Switzerland
  65. ROC (The “Right of the Child” NGO), Russia
  66. Roshni Homes Trust, Pakistan
  67. RUWODI (The Rural Women’s Development Initiative), Tanzania
  68. Save the Children International, Switzerland
  69. Society “Our Children” Opatija, Croatia
  70. SOS Children’s Villages International, Switzerland / Austria
  71. Tanzania Child Rights Forum, Tanzania
  72. Terre des Hommes International Federation, Switzerland
  73. Together Scotland, United Kingdom
  74. WAO Afrique, Togo
  75. War Child Holland, Netherlands
  76. Women’s World Summit Foundation, Switzerland
  77. World Association 0f Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, United Kingdom
  78. World Organisation Against Torture / SOS Torture (OMCT), Switzerland
  79. World Vision International, USA
  80. Young Men’s Christian Association of Costa Rica, Costa Rica

 

[Logo [hyperlinked with the website of the organisation], name [hyperlinked with the website of the organisation] and country

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Action for Children and Youth Aotearoa (ACYA), New Zealand

 

In terms of page layout, whatever looks better: 1,2, or 3 columns… A suggestion might be to have something just like in the last annual report (pp 20-21): http://www.childrightsconnect.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/ChildRightsConnect_AnnualReport_2016_final.pdf ]

Who can join us?

Membership of Child Rights Connect is open to any NGO, coalition of NGOs or child/youth-led organisation which has directly involvement, through its objectives and activities, with any aspect of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). Find out more on our Become a member page.