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Girls’ rights in Kosovo: A blog by Trina, our girl delegate

Trina Hoti is 17 years old, was born in and lives in Prishtina, the capital city of Kosovo. She is currently a girl delegate at the European Week of Action for Girls in Brussels where she is...

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Where are the children in the EU’s Long-term Budget?

This week, the EU promised a budget that ‘’protects, empowers and defends’’, but who is being protected, empowered and defended in the current proposal? Europe’s children, along with their...

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Is it ever ok to coerce six-year olds to get their fingerprints?

This week EU Institutions will discuss proposals to use coercion to obtain fingerprints from children as young as six....

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What Does Juncker’s Social Pillar mean for children?

“If we want to avoid social fragmentation and social dumping in Europe, then Member States should agree on the European Pillar of Social Rights as soon as possible and at the latest at the...

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What impact has the Every Last Child campaign had in 2016?

In April 2016 we launched our Every Last Child campaign in over 70 countries. In the past year, we have seen incredible successes, progress and outcomes at national, regional and international...

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The EU must move from words to action to keep its promises to children

Investing in children today is key for the European Union to ensure impact of its policies, both within and outside Europe, over the long-term....

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We are doing a EU Health Cheque... see the results

A new report from Save the Children, titled EU Health Cheque, urges an increase in the priority afforded to health in development assistance. It outlines why and how support for health for middle...

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