03-10-2015, 04:56 PM
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khatt now fallen off the video vans yes "Children have rights" of Panachkula. "Save the Children", in collaboration with the Department of Child Development and Women Haryana government has launched the campaign. Is a leading independent child rights organization working in India and in more than 120 countries worldwide.
Three vans that travel the 290-people-Hisar, Fatehabad district-Sirsaand-Haryana, will create awareness about child rights through Nukkad Natak and followed by a screening of the animated film on the subject. The campaign is part of a larger program being implemented by child rights organization in Haryana and Punjab.
"The lack of awareness about the rights of children is one of the important reasons for incidents of child rights violations. The children are the most vulnerable to abuse and neglect incidents of exploitation and their voices do not feel easy in community. Thus, the awareness campaign on the rights of children is of paramount importance and, "said Jatin world, Project Director, save children, Punjab and Haryana state program office. The campaign will emphasize the message that education, protection, fairness and respect for the rights of childhood.
Everyone in the community has a duty to ensure that children are getting their rights. Any incident of "child rights or cases of children who need care and protection should refer to child protection committees formed in the villages under the integrated child protection system of government. This is the first year of a campaign three years to be implemented with the support of the women and child development department. After its launch in Haryana, the campaign will expand to 550 villages Punjab in the coming weeks. "We are certain that with the increase level of awareness about the rights of children, the community will have a more conducive environment for the development of children, "added Jatin world.