All our advocacy, including that with the United Nations (UN) must centralise the voice and experience of young people. Part 3 – accountability to children.
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Working with the United Nations (UN) is fundamental to our mission. Discover how we engage with the treaty body process in Part 2
Learn how we work with the United Nations (UN) to bring about change, as it gathers this week for its 77th annual General Assembly in New York. Part 1 – The Human Rights Council
There is a real buzz this week as hundreds of governments, activists and civil society gather for the United Nations Global Disability Summit.
Hope and Homes for Children took a central role in the preperations for the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC)’s DGD in September 2021. This article reflects on the DGD.
For care reform to truly flourish at scale, it requires greater coherence, collaboration and to be centre-stage in global initiatives to promote human rights, address poverty and build community resilience. Read our recommendations for the 2021 United Nations Day of General Discussion on Children’s Rights and Alternative Care
A number of children with disabilities, reunited with their families through our work, are now calling on the UN to recognise orphanages as one of the biggest barriers to progress on creating safe, healthy and inclusive communities.
The UN resolution on the rights of the child 2019. This week, history was made as the 193 member states of the United Nations recognised the harm that institutions cause children and called for institutions to be progressively eliminated.