Taekwondo: Ending Child Marriage in Zimbabwe, One Foot at a Time | Children’s Rights

Epworth, Zimbabwe—— Growing up in Epworth, a densely populated suburb southeast of Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, 17-year-old Lisa Nyambupu would see many of her friends married at a very…

Palestinian children traumatized by Israeli family invasion | Children’s Rights News

Occupied Palestinian Territory- Nidal Rajabe stated that his children were traumatized and in a state of permanent fear because his home in Silwan in occupied East Jerusalem had been repeatedly…

With the return of extreme poverty, child slavery in India surges | Children’s Rights News

Gaya, India – When Shashikant Manjhi, a 13-year-old child worker, died in May 2020, his body could not be transported to his brick-and-concrete house in Bihar, eastern Bihar, 1,126 kilometers…

Apple urges to abandon plans to scan iMessages, sexual abuse images

More than 90 policy and rights organizations around the world issued an open letter urging Apple to abandon its plans to scan nudity in children’s information and child sexual abuse…

Homeless children in Australia: “We are easily manipulated” | Children’s Rights

Melbourne, Australia– Rachel* was only 12 years old when he witnessed his father murdering his mother. She became a national guardian and was placed in a government-run nursing home, where…

Human Rights Group Attacks Spain for Deporting Children to Morocco | Children’s Rights News

Spain urges to stop the repatriation of hundreds of unaccompanied minors who entered the Spanish enclave Ceuta in May. Human rights groups condemned Spain for deporting hundreds of unaccompanied children…

Colombia’s FARC insurgents recruited more than 18,000 children: courts | Children’s Rights News

The Transitional Justice Court ruled that the now demobilized rebel group abused recruited children over a period of 20 years. Colombia’s now demobilized FARC insurgents recruited more than 18,000 children…

Apple will scan iPhone and iPad to find images of child sexual abuse | Business and Economic News

Apple said it will launch new software later this year that will analyze child pornography in iPad and iPhone photos and report any related findings to the authorities. Apple said…

The “lost generation” fears that COVID will shut out poor students in India. Children’s Rights News

CS Satheesha spelled out “APPLE” in his mobile phone because he was teaching remotely in the only place where he could receive the signal-the tree house in the back garden…

COVID ravages a new generation of orphans in Indonesia | Children’s Rights News

In a cemetery in East Kalimantan, 13-year-old Algar is standing in front of his parents’ grave in protective clothing. Relatives gathered around the cemetery to hold a funeral for his…

Who is afraid of Hamas summer camp? | Children’s Rights

Recently, Lawrence J Haas of the US Foreign Policy Committee promoted a dangerous phenomenon in Newsweek: “The silence of the West is because the Gaza Summer Camp trains future terrorists.”…

Canada: Protesters demand investigation of boarding school | Children’s Rights News

For decades, after more than 1,000 unmarked graves were discovered in institutions where indigenous children were forced to attend, the phone rang. Warning: The following story contains details of boarding…

Children in Raqqa are still living in ruins four years after the war | Daily Headlines Children’s Rights News

The report of Save the Children found that Syrian cities once controlled by ISIL still lack clean water, electricity and schools. Four years later war A report by Save the…

COVID turmoil disrupts routine vaccination in Indonesia | Children’s Rights News

Before the pandemic, five grandsons of Mamik Nariati received free vaccinations against diseases such as polio, mumps and hepatitis B in schools in Surabaya, East Java. “But since the online…

In Argentina, COVID jab fuels searches for “stolen grandson” | Child Rights News

Buenos Aires, Argentina- As a kid who grew up in La Plata in the 1980s, Leonardo Fossati looked in the mirror and thought reality was on the other side. This…