South Asia
  • Curious Creator: Anand

    Dariya Pur Village, Munger District, Bihar Meet the curious 13-year-old-boy, Anand from Dariya Pur Village, Bihar. Drawing inspiration from Greta Thunberg, Anand is a young creator who wants to help his community live sustainably while being …

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  • Babita: A force to reckon with!

    Chaukhutiya Block, Almora District, Uttarakhand Meet 22-year-old Babita, a ferocious young activist from Uttarakhand. Born to farmer parents and fourth of five siblings, Babita is a force to reckon with. It is said that coming events …

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  • Human Rights Council Resolution on Child Rights and the Environment

    We are pleased to share with you that the UN Human Rights Council formally adopted a Resolution on Child Rights and the Environment last week. The CERI team is really delighted to have played a …

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  • COVID 19 Awareness Program in Afghanistan

    Due to global outbreaks of Corona Virus (COVID 19), our project teams in Afghanistan prepared and handed out over 150 PPE kits (Personal Protection Equipment) to Herat Public Health Department, which will be used for …

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The environmental crisis is one involving the rights of children and young people – after all, they suffer the most from the consequences of environmental degradation and climate change. If we don’t act now they will not have a liveable planet tomorrow!

Children have a right to a healthy environment and this is something that needs to be universally recognised. Only then will we no longer depend on the good will of governments and can call for our rights. Join us now and sign the petition to the General Secretary of the United Nations (UN) and the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.

Please sign the petition: http://my-planet-my-rights.org/en/