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Local Advocacy Guide for Non-Governmental Organizations Working in the Field of Child Rights

In the scope of “Resource Production Project for Inclusive and Durable Cities”, the first guide of “Advocacy Sets for Inclusive Cities” published with the heading “Local Advocacy Guide for CSOs Work In The Field Of Child Rights” is published through the support of Local Monitoring Research and Implementation Association (YERELİZ) and Turkey Representative of Heinrich Böll Stiftung Association.
Author / Editor:
Ceren Suntekin
Halim Kır
Publishing Date:
2020
Subject/Topic:
Children's Rights
Language:
Turkish
Publisher:
Local Monitoring Research and Implementation Association (YERELİZ)
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22.10.2020

In the Local Advocacy Guide for CSOs Working in the field of Child Rights, while underlining that local governments are one of the most important and potential institutions in the realization of child rights, the guide includes the bases and facilitating tips that non-governmental organizations working in the field of child rights can apply in communication with municipalities.

What Topics Are in the Guide?

The four basic principles of the Convention on the Children Rights and the Children Rights are explained in the introduction of the Local Advocacy Guide for CSOs Working in the field of Child Rights, which consists of five sections. In the second part, the relevance of the child rights-based approach to municipalities discussed, while in the third and fourth chapters, how to develop cooperation with municipalities and their mechanisms explained. There are "good examples" in the last part of the guide.

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