Theme:
  • Child Rights Governance
Equality of genders, meaning that men and women, boys and girls, should not be subjected to discrimination based on gender, has to be central to any human rights discourse.
Theme:
  • Child Wellbeing
The last three decades have witnessed remarkable achievements in reducing gender inequality among adults and children in a number of areas: legislation, social and economic spheres. Despite these encouraging developments, however, gender inequality is still pervasive
Theme:
  • Child Wellbeing
  • Child Rights Governance
Africa is in the midst of transformation, beginning to forge a positive reputation from the ashes of its gloomy past. The cradle of mankind is reclaiming its rightful place in the world. Thanks to laudable improvements in governance and the increasingly assertive role of pan-African and regional
Theme:
  • Child Wellbeing
Violations of child rights and the state of children’s wellbeing are serious concerns in Africa, but there is limited documentation and reporting with which to monitor the situation, or the efforts made to improve it.