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Save the Children Sweden
A mapping of the work done on the right to non-discrimination by Save the Children Sweden between 2002 and 2007 around the world. This is a summary of a report based on information received from Save the Children Sweden’s regional and national offices, from partner organisations and from children and young people. It gives an overview of the kind of programming done from which to draw conclusions for improving implementation. It seeks to draw out the key implementing strategies used by Save the Children Sweden and its partners to translate the rhetoric of the right to non-discrimination into meaningful interventions which can improve children’s lives in a sustainable and long-term manner. It will be of interest to all practitioners of children’s rights who are interested in knowing more about the right to non-discrimination and how it is implemented by Save the Children Sweden following the principles of child rights programming.