Child rights programming (CRP) is a priority area for development sectors who works on it. The overall vision of CRP is to achieve greater benefits for children by operating a consistent programme based on children’s rights and key child rights issues. Child Rights Programming means using the principles of child rights to plan, manage, implement and monitor programmes with the overall goal of strengthening the rights of the child as defined in international law. Keeping these considerations in mind, Training and Development develops a training on child rights and law for child rights-based programming.
The overall purpose of the training is to increase participants’ understanding of critical child rights issues and to build specific skills regarding how child rights can be concretely mainstreamed in various areas of development cooperation. This training also offers concrete practical tools and guidance to better integrate child rights commitments into different phases and sectors of development cooperation
To create awareness on child rights: the concepts, issues and programmes and how to promote it in the field among grass-root organizations and the community.
The Outcome of the training:
At the end of training, participants will learn:
Explain the importance of a child-rights based approach to development cooperation, both as an obligation of governments and an opportunity to achieve development goals.
Implement a child-rights based Country Context Analysis to analyse and assess structural, social, and underlying causes and patterns of discrimination and inequities and use this analysis to:
Inform their work and the work of their partners.
Identify actions that address those factors and determinants
Identify those responsible for and able to implement the actions identified
The basic framework for the CRC; implementation and monitoring mechanism
Importance of child rights and law for development and development sector program
Relationship between human rights and child rights
Difference between ‘needs’ and ‘well-being’
Concept of the ‘child rights approach’
Childhood and Child-centered Approach
UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC)
Survival and Development Rights
Children’s Participation Rights
Best Interest of Children
Concept and design of Child Rights Programming (CRP)
Global examples of child rights-based approach programs
Practical application of child rights and law in development program
If you wish to take this training, please register. We shall communicate with you.
He has explendid experience in Project Management – managing donor funded projects e.g. European Union, UN Women, Save the Children,
He has explendid experience in Project Management – managing donor funded projects e.g. European Union, UN Women, Save the Children, Plan International, Women Win International. He has completed MSS (Masters of Social Science) from University of Dhaka major in Women & Gender studies.
He is now working in Unicef Bangladesh as National Consultant-Child Protection in Child Protection Sector. He has also experience in Partnership Management with international and national organization. Having advocacy and communication skills, he worked with different government ministries and other stakeholders on different child development aspects e.g. Child Protection, Legal Reform, Child Migration, Child sexual education and abuse.
He lead different capacity building initiatives e.g. Training Needs Assessment for gender capacity-building, develop module and curriculum; conduct training and support partner’s capacity in training
Support Gender mainstreaming to partner organizations: Assist to include Gender equality concerns in the activity plan of concerned project partners. Assist to prepare Gender mainstreaming plan of partner organization.