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Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child  
 
A world in which children are valued and empowered and their rights promoted and protected
           
Chairperson's Message

Children in Pakistan have to cope with a plethora of challenges; lack of access to education coupled with low learning levels; poor health conditions; a near absence of protection for destitute and vulnerable children; early and forced marriages; dismissal conditions in juvenile jails; trafficking; exploitation and continued employment in hazardous occupations ...

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ED's Corner

The State of Pakistan’s Children. , SPARC has been producing this for 18 years now. Kudos to the Research team!! I asked them how they have managed to stay mentally stable while compiling the data and more significantly analyzing it. Because just while reviewing and editing the draft, I could not sleep for weeks. And how could I after reading of 493 cases of violence against children ... 

 

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AJ's Corner

A Child Employed is a Future Destroyed

Our society has suddenly discovered Tayyaba, a ten year old girl, who was brutally tortured by none other than the wife of Additional Sessions & District Judge of Islamabad, God knows how many times and for what. The “what” part is easier to answer: Tayyaba is poor and it is the right of everybody who ...

 
 
           
   
 
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Child labour: lack of coherent reforms in Pakistan
   
Ayesha emphasises on vaccinating every missed child
   
Civil society declares child labour as worst form of slavery
   
Family of child labour victim seeks protection
   
SPARC urges CM to release Rs1m for 13-year old boy treatment
   
Pakistan 24th worst country to experience childhood
   
The woes of Bengalis, Burmese and Iranians of Karachi
   
10-year-old housemaid grilled in court after exam
   
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Abused children find Japan’s shelters provide little comfort
   
Babies at risk of 'adoption by stealth', family charity warns
   
Fewer child sex slaves in Mumbai brothels, but underground trade a concern: study
   
Human Rights Council concludes thirty-fifth session after adopting 35 resolutions, a decision and a Presidential Statement
   
Child refugees held in 'harrowing' conditions across south-east Asia
   
Yemeni children infected by cholera at rate of one every 35 seconds
   
 
 
 

 

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