application/pdf"The World We Want"Consultations with Sri Lankan Children on their Priorities for post 201526/02/2014564KB
application/pdfUNCRC@30: Children's views on Child Rights in Sri Lanka This report based on children’s consultations was launched as part of the celebrations for the 30th anniversary of the United Nation’s Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). Sri Lanka ratified the UNCRC 28 years ago in 1991. The consultations were carried out to understand children’s views on the status of their rights today. 128 children between the ages of 11 and 18 from both Sinhala and Tamil communities and representing all demographics took part the consultations held from October to December 2019. 13/03/2020662KB
application/pdfSri Lanka's Missing MothersA Working Paper on the Effects of Mother Migration on Children26/02/2014875KB
application/pdfGuidelines for Law Enforcement Officials on Interviewing ChiGuidelines for Law Enforcement Officials on Interviewing Child Victims of Trafficking22/06/2021878KB
application/pdfTsunami Ten Years On, Stories of Change2004-2014 community perceptions of the Indian ocean tsunami response and recovery02/01/2015942KB
application/pdfSave the Children Global Response Plan COVID19Unprecedented in scale, COVID-19 is a global crisis that poses immediate threats to children’s rights to survival, development, learning, protection, and to be heard. Unless mitigated, the pandemic risks undermining progress made on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and puts an entire generation of children at risk of not fulfilling their potential. Urgent action is required now to safeguard children’s rights by ensuring that children and their families can access services and protection throughout the pandemic and to strengthen national systems to prepare, adapt and respond to the evolving needs of children.28/05/20201MB
application/pdfStrengthening Countertrafficking efforts (SCOUT) In Sri LankSave the Children in Sri Lanka (SC) has been working towards promoting child rights in Sri Lanka since 1974 through a variety of initiatives. One such initiative is the project titled ‘Strengthening Counter-Trafficking Efforts (SCOUT)’. This project has been implemented by IOM in partnership with Save the Children (SC) and nine local Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), aimed at empowering CSOs to support government efforts to tackle trafficking in persons. SC’s role in this project is to strengthen the capacities of Government and CSOs to effectively identify, support and prevent child trafficking in Sri Lanka. The strategies used to reach this objective ranged from developing a Guidance note on identifying and protecting child victims of trafficking to the existing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) on Identification, Protection and Referral of Victims of Trafficking,22/06/20211MB
application/pdfOnline Violence Against Children In Urban And Semi-Urban Set01/08/20221MB
application/pdfChild Rights Risk Assessment Of The Textile And Apparel Sect17/08/20222MB
application/pdfCountry Strategic Plan – Sri Lanka 2019-2021Our goal is to deliver research and evidence based policy advocacy and campaigning focusing on critical issues relating to child rights as well as developing innovative and technology based solutions that enrich Sri Lanka’s ability to address these issues. Our Country Strategic Plan and operating modality is built on this foundation and will contribute towards achievement of Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.21/02/20203MB
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