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Child Rights Information Network (CRIN)

February 2006

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The Child Rights Information Network (CRIN) is a global network that disseminates information about the Convention on the Rights of the Child and child rights among non-governmental organisations (NGOs), United Nations agencies, educational institutions, and other child rights experts. The Coordinating Unit is based in London, UK. The Convention on the Rights of the Child is available from this site as well as NGO alternative reports, international treaties, and a directory of organisations working in child rights. The CRIN newsletter, published three times a year, is a thematic publication that examines a specific issue affecting children. The CRINMAIL email lists provide regular news bulletins about child rights issues as well as information about new publications and events in English, French and Spanish, and on specific topic areas

Children with disabilities

MILES, Glenn
STEPHENSON, Paul
ANDERSON, Fiona
2001

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Split into five pull-out sections, this publication sets out the basic principles of Tearfund's Child Development Policy as applies to disability. Includes case studies of programmes with 'questions for reflection' around building relationships, participation, advocacy, parental responsibility and identifying needs and priorities. Attempts to develop the idea of good practice in programming for children with disabilities

From policy to practice [whole issue]

HEALTHLINK WORLDWIDE
Ed
2000

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This issue covers topics ranging from current disability-related legislation in India and South Africa, to the current status of the rights of disabled children and the cost-benefit of CBR. Its practical approach is suitable for disabled people, CBR practitioners and policy-makers

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Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion

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