Child Rights Manifesto

The Child Rights Manifesto calls on Members of the European Parliament to prioritise children more explicitly in EU policies.

The Child Rights Manifesto, launched on 20 November 2013 and co-authored by 14 international and European child rights organisations, calls on Members of the European Parliament to prioritise children more explicitly in EU policies, funding and legislation and for systematically assessing the impact of EU action on children.

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