George Stamatis, Senior Advisory Board Member of "Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center meets Malala Yousafzai
The advocate for girls’ right to education worldwide, Malala Yousafzai made an honorary Canadian citizen on Wednesday, 12 of April 2017.
"Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center hosts the 2nd transnational meeting of the project CONVEY.
Experts from 5 EU countries joined "Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center and the JudEx+ team to pilot the training programme: "A Manual to Train Professionals on Child-Friendly Communication in Judicial Procedures in Cases of Sexual Violence against Children".
The 19 Days of Activism against Child Abuse aim to raise awareness on the fact that more and more children today are victims of violence and sexual abuse. The year’s moto is Stop Sexual Abuse.
"Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center honors the European Anti-Trafficking Day, showing a particular interest to child victims of trafficking.
“Hope For Children” CRC Policy Center delegation has met with the European Commissioner Humanitarian Aid & Crisis Management Mr. Christos Stylianides
Within the framework of the Commissioner’s for Humanitarian Aid & Crisis Management official visit, Mr. Christos Stylianides met with the Director-General of “Hope For Children” CRC Policy Center, Mr. Joseph Varughese and with Mrs. Andria Neocleous
Official Opening of the International Conference Destination Unknown Campaign Assembly 2016, hosted by "Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center in Cyprus
The official opening of the International Conference Destination Unknown Campaign Assembly 2016, hosted in Nicosia by the International, Humanitarian and Independent Organisation "Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center in collaboration with the International Organization Terre des Hommes took place today
“Hope For Children” CRC Policy Center, a regional partner Organization of the Destination Unknown Campaign in Europe, is hosting the 3rd Destination Unknown Campaign Assembly in Nicosia, Cyprus in cooperation with the International Federation “Terre des Hommes”.
“Hope For Children” UNCRC Policy Center has special requirements to respect when pursuing its aim; to create a safer and fitter world for children; to bring together policy makers to contribute their specialized expertise in a practical manner through education, legal and other advocacy to promote and protect the interests of the most vulnerable amongst us;
Participation of children in juvenile justice: A manual on how to make European juvenile justice systems child-friendly
“Hope for Children” UNCRC Policy Centre is pleased to announce the call for application to establish the Chair of the UNCRC Policy Center. The applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Children's Day was established in 1949 by the “Democratic Federation of Women” Congress in Paris. Children's Day is recognized on various days in many places around the world to honor children globally and to encourage understanding between children all over the world
International Missing Children’s day 2016: Organisations around Europe sound the alarm for an invisible group of missing children
Over 209 000 calls were received by the European network of hotlines for missing children in 2015
On the 23rd and 24th of May 2016, the first ever United Nations World Humanitarian Summit will convene in Istanbul for a two-day session to improve humanitarian action around the world
1st round table meeting with stakeholders and representatives of official institutions
A three-year Council of Europe pilot project in Cyprus to strengthen policies against sexual abuse of children has been hailed as “a great example” for the rest of Europe
The Internship Programme offers qualified and eligible students the unique opportunity to acquire direct practical experience in “Hope For Children” UNCRC Policy Center’ s work and the United Nations system under the direct supervision of experienced “Hope For Children” UNCRC Policy Center staff.
The Director – General of “Hope For Children” UNCRC Policy Center participated in Council of Europe High-Level Conference "Reaching the heights for the rights of the child" - Sofia, Bulgaria 5-6 April 2016
The new strategy for children’s rights unanimously adopted by the Committee of Ministers. The Strategy, which was drafted over the past year by Council of Europe member States in co-operation with civil society and other stakeholders, was launched on 5 and 6 April 2016
Monday, 7th of March 2016, the 31st Session of the United Nations Human Right Council (UNHRC) convened in Geneva for their Annual Full Day Meeting on the Rights of the Child; this year focusing on information and communications technologies (ICTs) and child sexual exploitation.