Our 2019 Events
Orientation with Media on the State of Child Rights And Need of Relevant Legislation
National Press Club, Islamabad
April 18, 2019
Child Rights Movement (CRM) National Secretariat is arranged an orientation session with the journalists of Federal Capital, Islamabad. The theme of this session was “Orientation with Media on the State of Child Rights and Need of Relevant Legislation”. This session was held on April 18, 2019 at National Press Club, Islamabad from 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm. This event was specifically arranged for print and electronic media journalist to sensitize them on the state of child rights in Pakistan.
Orientation Sessions with Children on the State of Child Rights and Available Laws
Saya Welfare Society, Village Maira Akku, F-12, Islamabad
Child Rights Movement Pakistan arranged a press conference at National Press Club Islamabad. In a letter sent to the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr. Imran Khan, Child Rights Movement (CRM) Pakistan has urged the Prime Minister for resource allocation for child rights in financial year 2019-20 in the federal and provincial budgets. The letters were sent by Coordinator of the CRM Pakistan and CRM’s member organizations and individuals. This was stated in a press conference by CRM Coordinator Mamtaz Gohar and members of the CRM Executive Committee in a press conference in National Press Club Islamabad.
Consultation on the CRC/UPR Recommendations to Build Strategy to Follow the Prioritized Recommendations
The Child Rights Movement Pakistan arranged a “Consultation on the CRC/UPR Recommendations to Build Strategy to Follow the Prioritized Recommendations”. The session was conducted at Hillview Hotel F-7, Islamabad. More than 50 Participants from CRM and other civil society organizations attended the event.
The Child Rights Movement Pakistan submitted and presented its Alternative Report before the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child and most of the issues highlighted by the CRM are a part of the CO&Rs. Keeping in mind the history of the poor implementation of the previous CO&Rs and in accordance with its mandate as an independent civil society coalition, the CRM is committed to continue with its advocacy efforts for the implementation of the latest CO&Rs.