The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund highlights that access to the Internet may help more vulnerable children to develop their potential and find references, while also warning of the risks entailed.
Clara Garcia Ortés is the voluntary president and project manager at Be Artsy, a non-profit association that develops creative projects for communities lacking access to provide training and experiences.
An international movement of organizations and associations aiming to reconnect children and nature. They are supported by the Children&Nature Network, co-founded by Richard Louv.
The HeForShe campaign wants to end gender inequalities and invites everyone to have their voice heard.
The Convention on the Rights of the Child, which was approved in 1989 and confirmed by 195 countries, recognises and safeguards children’s rights all over the world.
Nature is a source of learning and creativity, personal development, and freedom. It is pacifying and restoring; a recipe for health and wellbeing…
Child Labor Free wants to make sure that big fashion brands and their suppliers do not work with children along the production chain.
On 19 and 20 December CaixaForum in Madrid will be hosting the Conference.
Scouting in Catalonia has a history of active participation in social movements and turning points in the 20th century, a certain flair for activism. But is that so? Has Scouting as an organisation always been there, pushing?
Over half of them have been forced from their homes by conflicts and threats. The report recalls that a large number of children are seeking a better quality of life and improved social and economic conditions out of their homes.
Anna Corbella, Director of the Fundació La Roda (La Roda Foundation), explains the cause they fight for and presents the work they do all across Catalonia.
Felipe Campos, General Manager of Associació Educativa Itaca, explains about the world of educational leisure.
From 5 to 7 July, Brussels will be hosting the Eurochild Conference 2016.