The South Asian Report on the Child-friendliness of Governments

Save the Children, HAQ: Centre for Child Rights, Plan International, Terre des Hommes, and CRY: Child Rights and You launches a new comprehensive rights-based report which, for the first time, objectively measures the extent to which the South Asian governments and non-state actors have contributed to the creation of child-friendly societies. Based upon quantitative data feeding into a composite index and complemented by detailed country-level information, the report provides key information for more focused government action and effective non-governmental advocacy to improve and change the lives of children in South Asia. The report builds on authoritative sources and has involved a large number of researchers from each country in South Asia and beyond.

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Published 2013-12-20