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Consultation on child rights organised

By Staff Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, Aug 7 - A day-long consultation was organized on �Child Rights� under the aegis of Socio Educational Welfare Association (SEWA), a non profit organization here.

Representatives from District Child Protection Unit, Child Welfare Committees, District Social Welfare Office, Juvenile Justice Boards, Media, Anti-Human Trafficking Units, Labour Department, Childline, NGOs and Assam Chah Mazdoor Sangha attended the consultation meeting.

Sanjoy Ray, journalist from The Assam Tribune, PP Bastola, the Assistant Labour Commissioner, Ikbal Ahmed, senior journalist from The Sentinel, Rashmi Rekha Bharali from District Child Protection Unit, Jyoti Rekha Borgohain from District Social Welfare Officer and Kanta Kaberi Sonowal, Assistant Professor of Centre for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication, Dibrugarh University were the key resource persons.

The core objective of the programme was to re-strengthen the coordination among District Child Protection Unit, Child Welfare Committees, District Social Welfare Office, Juvenile Justice Boards, Media, Anti Human Trafficking Units and Special Juvenile Police Units, Labour Department, Childline and other stakeholders to address the child rights violations. It was also aimed at preparing a coordinated action plan within the framework of Integrated Child Protection Scheme, Juvenile Justice (care and Protection) Act, Child Labour Prohibition and Regulation Act, Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, Prohibition of Child Marriage Act etc.

The consultation meeting was anchored by Arfan Hussain, Director, SEWA. The welcome address was delivered by Anjan Kumar Gogoi, Retired Air Marshal and President of SEWA.

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Consultation on child rights organised

DIBRUGARH, Aug 7 - A day-long consultation was organized on �Child Rights� under the aegis of Socio Educational Welfare Association (SEWA), a non profit organization here.

Representatives from District Child Protection Unit, Child Welfare Committees, District Social Welfare Office, Juvenile Justice Boards, Media, Anti-Human Trafficking Units, Labour Department, Childline, NGOs and Assam Chah Mazdoor Sangha attended the consultation meeting.

Sanjoy Ray, journalist from The Assam Tribune, PP Bastola, the Assistant Labour Commissioner, Ikbal Ahmed, senior journalist from The Sentinel, Rashmi Rekha Bharali from District Child Protection Unit, Jyoti Rekha Borgohain from District Social Welfare Officer and Kanta Kaberi Sonowal, Assistant Professor of Centre for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication, Dibrugarh University were the key resource persons.

The core objective of the programme was to re-strengthen the coordination among District Child Protection Unit, Child Welfare Committees, District Social Welfare Office, Juvenile Justice Boards, Media, Anti Human Trafficking Units and Special Juvenile Police Units, Labour Department, Childline and other stakeholders to address the child rights violations. It was also aimed at preparing a coordinated action plan within the framework of Integrated Child Protection Scheme, Juvenile Justice (care and Protection) Act, Child Labour Prohibition and Regulation Act, Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, Prohibition of Child Marriage Act etc.

The consultation meeting was anchored by Arfan Hussain, Director, SEWA. The welcome address was delivered by Anjan Kumar Gogoi, Retired Air Marshal and President of SEWA.