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The report analyses child protection measures that have evolved through government schemes and policies till date and recommends improvement initiatives for the subsequent Five Year Plans.
Centre will implement the Track Child Project to trace missing children through real time data on children availing rehabilitation services under the Integrated Child Protection Scheme. Nodal officers will be recruited at state level for the project.
Organised by Mindshare International, the event aims at mobilising collective action towards the goal of creating a more inclusive and participatory culture of schooling that guarantees greater protection and preservation of child rights.
The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act 2012 has been drafted to strengthen the legal provisions for the protection of children from sexual abuse and exploitation.
CHILDLINE, a national 24-hour toll free tele-helpline service, implemented by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment for the care and protection of children in distress.
The Ministry of Women and Child Development in its annual report addresses present concerns of women and children in the country. It advocates women's agenda in terms of their participation, empowerment, survival and protection.
Based on field work in 8 Indian states, the study explores relationship between children's rights and mining. It significantly draws attention to myriad ways, apart from child labour, that children's lives are affected by mining activities.
Under the new rules of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012, the central government has decided to provide compensation, medical care and rehabilitation services to child victims of sexual offences.
This paper describes the legal, institutional, budgetary and planning measures for making a city child friendly. The attributes of a child friendly city are elaborated with examples from countries like India, Spain, Bangladesh and Brazil.
Anti human trafficking [Working Paper]
This compendium highlights the best initiatives of collaboration between NGOs and other stakeholders in combating trafficking focusing on aspects such as Prevention, Protection (including rehabilitation, repatriation and restoration) and Prosecution.

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