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Defining and Evaluating Child Well Being Domains and Indicators Through The Eyes of Children in Turkey


This report was prepared as an initiative of UNICEF Turkey Country Office Social Policy Unit under its 2011-2015 Country Programme. It was commissioned with the aim of nurturing the discussions of the Child Well-Being Indicators Working Group composed of representatives from Ministry of Development,


Turkish Statistical Institute and Ministry of Family and Social Policies for developing a National Set of Child Well-Being Indicators.


Implementation Handbook for the Convention on the Rights of the Child

The newly revised third edition of the Handbook provides a detailed reference for the implementation of law, policy and practice to promote and protect the rights of children. It brings together under each article an analysis of the Committee on the Right of the Child’s growing interpretation during its first fourteen years and examination of over 300 of its Concluding Observations following consideration of States’ reports. The Handbook also provides a concise description of the role, power and procedures, and developing activities of the Committee and its appendices include a guide to related United Nations bodies and texts of key instruments.

TRAINING ON MONITORING VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN WITH INDICATORS Participant's Manual


VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN Monitoring and Indicators Literature Review

VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN Monitoring and Indicators Literature Review

Indicators for Monitoring of VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN GUIDEBOOK

Indicators for Monitoring of VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN GUIDEBOOK

TRAINING ON MONITORING VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN WITH INDICATORS Trainer's Manual

TRAINING ON MONITORING VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN WITH INDICATORS Trainer's Manual

UN General Assembly 2002 - A world fit for children


Towards an EU Strategy on the Rights of the Child - EU COMMISSION 2006


Analysis of the Situation of Children and Young People in Turkey 2011

Analysing the situation of children and women is an essential part of UNICEF’s work around the world. A situation analysis is conducted regularly in every country where UNICEF works. The situation analysis is usually drawn up once every five years, and is used to draft the programme of cooperation between UNICEF and the government for the next five years. The situation analysis is then updated from time to time.

Analysis of the Situation of Children and Young People in Turkey 2012

Analysing the situation of children and women is an essential part of UNICEF’s work around the world. A situation analysis is conducted regularly in every country where UNICEF works. The situation analysis is usually drawn up once every five years, and is used to draft the programme of cooperation between UNICEF and the government for the next five years. The situation analysis is then updated from time to time.

Turkey's Children push for their rights - The 8th Children's Forum and the Children's Rights Promotion Campaign

The 8th Children's Forum and the Children's Rights Promotion Campaign

Child Friendly Cities - Brochure

Establishment of the Child Friendly Cities model in the twelve cities of Antalya; Bursa; Erzincan; Gaziantep; Karaman; Kayseri; Kırşehir; Konya; Sivas; Tekirdağ; Trabzon and Uşak will support: • the MONE and UNICEF Haydi Kızlar Okula! initiative to get all girls into primary education; • reintegration of children living on the street with their families; • reduction of child labour with measures to alleviate poverty in low–income families.

CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AND JOURNALISM PRACTICE - A RIGHTS-BASED PERSPECTIVE

The objective of the module is to provide you, the trainee journalist, with the concepts and the information that will help you to develop responsible news reporting skills that appreciate and respect children's rights.


AN ANALYSIS OF THE UN CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD & THE TURKISH LAW - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


UNICEF Turkey Country Office, Yukarı Dikmen Mah. Alexsander Dubçek Cd. 7/106, 06450 Çankaya/Ankara. Telephone: +90 312 454 1000 Fax: +90 312 496 1461 E-mail: ankara@unicef.org