New report on the Sale of Children and Illegal Adoption published by ECPAT, DCI and Terre des Hommes Discover the new co-published report, written by Nigel Cantwell (founder of DCI and international consultant on child protection) covering the study made … Continued
DCI-Greece and DCI-Netherlands recently published a report presenting the living situation of refugee children in Athens. Through a series of interviews made with professionals (i.e. Social workers, NGO staff, former Government professionals, lawyers, psychologists) on the field of asylum and … Continued
The Children’s Rights Alliance for England (CRAE), part of Just for Kids Law – the national section of Defence for Children International in the United Kingdom of Great Britain – recently launched two publications for children and young people on … Continued
This brief report includes the key contributions at the side-event “Widening Space by Young Human Rights Defenders” to the Forum on Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law on 21 November 2016. The event created a space for young … Continued
The International NGO Council on Violence Against Children was formed in 2007, to support strong and effective follow-up to the UN Study on Violence against Children. Now, as the Sustainable Development Goals adopt the call to end all violence against … Continued
During the 33rd Regular Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, Defence for Children International, co-convener of the Working Group on Violence against Children and associated member of the Global Partnership to End Violence against Children, co-organised a side … Continued
This report is the final outcome document of the SafeGuard initiative, which was led by Defence for Children International – Italy and conducted from September 2014 to September 2016. The SafeGuard initiative aims at enhancing the protection of children on … Continued
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Law on Juvenile Justice in Costa Rica, DCI-Costa Rica displays its various activities that contributed to the improvement of the juvenile justice system.