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Burma takes off- Save the Children Report

2013 - China, Thailand, Myanmar

  This is the English version of an article on Myanmar published in the latest issue of Save the Children Sweden's quarterly magazine “Barn” [Children]. It focuses on the situation and rights of children in Myanmar and Save the Children's...

This report draws on the compiled Household Economy Analysis dataset and analysis tools to answer some of the most pressing questions about disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation in a range of livelihood contexts:- Which single...

This is a set of ten case studies demonstrating Save the Children’s practice in Accountability and Child Participation from across the globe. They are intended for use by Save the Children staff both at Head Office and in Country Programmes and...

A publication of children’s voices from the Greater Mekong Sub region reflecting their experiences with migration and vulnerability. Along their journey from their homes, these children experienced excitement, friendships, separation,...

A briefing paper concerning the positive impact of children’s participation in the Mekong Youth Forum (MYF) and the Coordinated Mekong Ministerial Initiative Against Trafficking (COMMIT). It highlights three MYF meetings on human trafficking that...

Hidden survivors: Sexual Violence against Children in Conflict

2012 - Colombia, Côte D'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo ...

Sexual violence is one of the most horrific crimes committed during conflict. Save the Children's new briefing outlines the extent of the issue and the steps needed to put an end to these crimes against children.

There are a number of hazards faced by Myanmar, including cyclones, floods and whirlwinds that cause a high level of damage, particularly to homes and shelters. Save the Children's approach to Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in Myanmar took the...

This report summarises the consultations with migrant children carried out in preparation for the Day of General Discussion (DGD) in five regions around the world over a period of 3 months, involving over 100 children. Children were consulted in...

This publication brings together theoretical approaches and practical experiences from Save the Children’s extensive work to support children’s participation and promote greater accountability to children. Its broad aim is to facilitate learning...

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