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Case study – Romania. Child Rights Governance Initiative

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Publication year:

2011

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English

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Format:

pdf (795.5 KiB)

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Publisher:

Save the Children

This report presents information on the progress of Save the Children’s Romania Programme “We also have rights”, which ensures that children benefit from quality interventions and programmes offered by well trained professionals. The priority areas covered are: 1) the development of a school course on children’s rights and training of teachers, accredited by the Romanian Ministry of Education; 2) the elaboration of informative material to help children become more familiar with the Convention; 3) the involvement of young volunteers (high school and university students) , who discuss with students during the tuition and civic education classes about these themes. Owing to the actions taken by Save the Children Romania, the child’s rights course was included, in 2006, in the national school curriculum for the 6th grade as an optional course and the organization developed the necessary teaching materials. In the same year, the public institution responsible for monitoring of teachers’ in-service training certified the course on child’s rights provided to teachers by Save the Children Romania

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