NCCW confirms support for girls’ initiatives to prevent violations to achieve social justice
The National Council for Child Welfare (NCCW ) renewed Sudan’s commitment to the participation of girls in dialogue, expression of opinion and decision-making
NCCW affirmed the continuation of work and making efforts to confront challenges and difficulties, in coordination and joint cooperation with the bodies and mechanisms concerned with children’s rights to protect the rights of girls, in addition to promoting and supporting girls’ initiatives to preserve the gains and move forward in fulfilling the full rights to achieve social justice for the girl.
In a statement issued by the NCCW this morning on the occasion of the celebration of the International Day of the Girl, under the slogan (Our time is now – our rights, our future), which falls on October 11 of each year to recognize the rights of girls All social practices harmful to her physical and psychological health and the prevention of all violations of exploitation, violence and discrimination that would diminish their participation and effective contribution in the present and the future.
The statement referred to the challenges represented by the economic crisis and the effects of the Corona pandemic and climate changes that canceled their shadow on the inability of countries to provide support and assistance to implement programs and projects, which was negatively reflected in the emergence of some cases of violations of girls’ rights such as violence, exploitation, discrimination and neglect..
The statement reiterated Sudan’s commitment to principles and values national and regional treaties and international agreements that would raise the status of girls through participation in dialogue, opinion and decision-making