In western Nepal, UNICEF is partnering with local governments to help children become stronger, effective advocates for child rights and child-friendly governance.
Kalikot, Nepal: Urmila Karki, a seventh-grade student from Khandachakra Municipality in Kalikot District, Nepal, was initially intrigued when she first heard about the concept of child clubs in 2019. She had assumed it was something related to sports or entertainment,...Read more
Urban development and social norms concerning childhood have led European cities to a situation where streets are no longer places for children and young people. Gill Valentine has explained that this shift has been fuelled...Read more
|Comment|author: The Conversation Global Perspectives
Some acts are only considered criminal if they are committed by someone aged under 18. This doesn’t just include things such as drinking alcohol. In some US states, for example, it is illegal for children...Read more