Children’s Rights

HREA works to ensure that children and youth across the globe are able to realize their human rights and that children’s rights practitioners, development workers, social workers, youth workers, legal professionals, law enforcement and policy makers have the knowledge and skills they need to promote and protect children’s human rights.

Priority areas

– child-friendly justice
– child protection
– child participation
– child-friendly schools
– education in emergencies

Training and capacity building

HREA offers a range of e-learning courses and training workshops on children’s rights, child development, participation and protection. A Certificate Program in Children’s Rights, Child Development, Participation and Protection will start in 2015 as well. Further details and information about enrollment will become available shortly. In 2015 and 2016 new courses on Child Development, Child Survival, Gender and Education and Juvenile Justice will be offered as well. For a complete overview: HREA Child Protection Training Programme 2015 pdf image (PDF).