Items tagged with 'Environment'

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The Coalition of NGOs for the Protection of Children - KOMF through a conference published the "Recommendation Policy for Early Childhood Development". The purpose of the publication of this policy...
According to the WHO, Countries, all over the world are failing in securing children with both a healthy upbringing and a safe environment for their future. 180 countries have been ranked based on...
Air pollution may interfere with Britain’s future sporting performance as some training grounds are in areas with dangerously high pollution levels which breach World Health Organization (WHO)...
"Everyone has their own idea of what climate change looks like. For some, it’s the walrus struggling to find space on melting ice floes on Blue Planet II. For others, it’s an apocalyptic vision of...
In her study, ‘Violence at School, Bullying at School’, Mariann Buda writes that more than one-third of children are somehow involved in school violence, whether as a bully or a victim. Fifteen...
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has prepared a submission to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) on children’s right to a healthy environment, in advance of its 2020 annual meeting...
A brief explanation of how human behavior contributes to the climate change and what the effects of it we have been already experiencing, including the negative impact climate change has on children.
Children are particularly vulnerable to exposure to the polluted environment. WHO outlines ten concrete ways in which climate change harms children, leading to thousands of thousands of child deaths...
To fight climate change, it is essential to start working with children at young age, to teach them about the negative effects of climate change, environment protection and what they can do about it...
Learn what rights are guaranteed for children under the Convention on the Rights of the Child and how this relates to climate change and its negative effects on children.  Sources: UN Convention on...

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