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‘Fair Share for Children’ Report Released at 2020 Laureates and Leaders Summit

Of the USD$8 Trillion in COVID-19 Financial Relief Announced to Date, Less than 1% Has Been Allocated to the World’s Most Vulnerable

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PRESS RELEASE: Universal Ratification of ILO Convention 182

Washington, DC – On August 4, 2020, in a historic move, Tonga, an archipelago of more than 170 islands in the South Pacific, ratified the International Labour Organisation’s Convention (ILO) 182 on the Worst Forms of Child Labour. Tonga’s ratification makes Convention 182 the only universally ratified convention in ILO’s history...

Neeraj Murmu wins 2020 Diana Award

Activist Neeraj Murmu has received the 2020 Diana Award for his work advocating for education and working to end child labor in his village. Neeraj founded The Kailash Satyarthi School, which now provides free education to children susceptible to child labor and other exploitation.  Congrats to Neeraj on this wonderful honor!

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Kailash Satyarthi left a career as an electrical engineer and started Bachpan Bachao Andolan (Save the Childhood Movement) to rescue children from slavery.

ABOUT US

Nobel Peace Laureate Mr. Satyarthi’s experience and proven track record of almost 4 decades at both the grassroots and global policy level uniquely position him to expand and build his work globally through the Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF).

We believe that all children must live freely with dignity and have the fundamental right to be safe, healthy and educated in order to realize their potential. In order to make this a reality, KSCF focuses on the 3Ps: Policy, Practice and People.

Policy:  Identify gaps in policy, share research and practical solutions, and build the capacity of governments, businesses and communities to ensure policies and laws meet children’s needs and are enforced.

Practice: Scale proven child-friendly programs and practices to ensure the freedom, health and education of children and youth.

People: Tap the power of children and young people to fight for their own freedom and rights, and stand up for millions of their peers living in exploitation.

Central to all our work is partnership – building trust and collaboration between and among key stakeholders. KSCF will bring together governments, the private sector and civil society (including youth) to create a solid alliance of individuals, organizations, businesses and nations, standing together until no child anywhere is deprived of their freedom.

In addition, KSCF US supports KSCF India in many of its programs through research and outreach efforts.

OUR WORK

Policy​

We work to strengthen policy, share research and practical solutions to build the capacity of governments, businesses and communities in creating a child-friendly world.

Practice

We engage with children and stakeholders in communities for promoting a child-friendly environment.

People

We engage, inspire and mobilize diverse groups to free children from slavery and exploitation.

OUR WORK

Policy​

We work to strengthen policy, share research and practical solutions to build the capacity of governments, businesses and communities in creating a child-friendly world.

Practice

We engage with children and stakeholders in communities for promoting a child-friendly environment.

People

We engage, inspire and mobilize diverse groups to free children from slavery and exploitation.

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FIELD NOTES

Coronavirus pandemic may drive more child exploitation

Coronavirus pandemic may drive more child exploitation

For four decades, India's 2014 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Kailash Satyarthi has rescued thousands of minors from the scourge of slavery and trafficking, but now he fears he is facing a steeper uphill battle as he worries the coronavirus pandemic may trigger a spike in...

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