Child Rights Governance

Tuesday 22 November 2022

Inclusion and Equality for Every Child-Statement by Save the Children

Thursday 2 December 2021

Save the Children Welcomes the Government Decision to Overturn Education ban for Adolescent Mothers

01 NOVEMBER, 2021: DAR ES SALAAM. Save the Children welcomes and applauds the United Republic of Tanzania’s decision to overturn the education ban for adolescent girls who fall pregnant while at school. This decision has come at a time when inclusive and equitable quality education is needed for both girls and boys.

Sunday 16 December 2018

Rebeca Gyumi wins the UN Human Rights Prize

A Tanzanian activist Rebeca Gyumi wins the UN Human Rights Prize. Rebeca who is 31 years of age has made a huge overturn on Tanzania Law of Child marriage that allowed girls as young as 14 years of age to marry.

Friday 20 November 2015

Stars join children’s organisations to launch campaign of violence against children across Africa

Save the Children is among Africa’s largest children’s organisations that has launched Action on Violence Against Children (AVAC), a campaign to build public awareness, and galvanise political will and resources around the staggering incidence and impact of abuse and violence against children which is supported by Kenyan band Sauti Sol, South African singer Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Kenyan newscaster Janet Mbugua

Wednesday 28 October 2015

UNGA70 The Overview of Events: September 20th to September 27th 2015

--UNICEF “We the People” media hub launch, attended by General Secretary Ban Ki-Moon and other world leaders. It is designed to be “a dynamic space intended to help bring world leaders together with their constituents, especially the children and youth of the world, who will be carrying out the new agenda”