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Alternative Reports Improve Children’s Lives

Mentions in the Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC) Concluding Observations report lead to improvements in child helpline services to children and young people.

Mobile Operators to Promote the Work of CHI’s Member in Nicaragua

Nicaraguan mobile operators Claro and Movistar will promote the work of CHI's member Línea 133, following the signed MoU between GSMA Latin America and TELCOR

CHI Engages Youth To Speak Up On Mental Health Issues

CHI will be joining with its sister organisations, Aflatoun and Child Finance to ask children and youth to speak up

CHI’s Member Receives Honour from the Mayor of San Isidro

Foundation ANAR Peru receives honour from the Mayor of San Isidro for the extensive work done over 16 years on behalf of children and adolescents in Peru

Two new national child helplines launched!

Mongolia and Republic of Moldova have both launched their first-ever national child helplines.

Latin America Advances on Efforts to Reduce Violence against Children

The Latin American and Caribbean Movement for Children (MMI-LAC) presented a new report on Violence Against Children, which includes information from 18 countries in the region.

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Children Speak Up About CHI's Publication

On 20 November, CHI launched its global ten year publication “The Voices of Children and Young People” at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. The publication ‘The Voices of Children and Young People’ contains 10 years of data collected from 173 members in 141 countries. This video was produced by young people from Spain, Ethiopia, India, Tajikistan, United States of America and Palestine, and shows their opinions and feelings about the issues brought up in the publication. This participatory video process was coordinated by Ivet Pieper:

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Global Data - The Voices of Children and Young People

NEW YORK, 20 November 2013 – "The Voices of Children and Young People", a report released today at the United Nations, marks the 10th anniversary of Child Helpline International (CHI), a network of 173 child helpline members operating in 141 countries and provides ten years of data and analysis drawn from a series of regional studies. The publication shows that every child has the right to be heard and that child helplines respond to the needs of children and are at the forefront of child protection. Child helplines around the world are in a unique position to listen to children and young people directly. The data collected by child helplines about the contacts made with them is a vital source of information that can be used to make informed policy decision by governments, and can help civil society organisations align their programmes in the best interest of child or young person, so that collectively they are able to strengthen child protection systems both nationally and locally.

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