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“COVID-19 in Latin America and the Caribbean. Children´s rights are no quarantined” Save the Children policy paper gathers not only key data to understand the impacts of the humanitarian crisis caused by this global pandemic on children´s life’s,...

In September 2018, the Central American Learning Circle on Children’s Rights and Local Development convened a seminar in Apaneca, El Salvador, about “Children in a situation of human mobility and the role of municipalities in Central America.”...

During 2016-2017, 300,000 unaccompanied and displaced children from El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala were detained in the United States. The migration is primarily due to violence and poverty in their home countries. Save the Children is...

In December 2014, the Central American Learning Circle on Child Rights and Local Development held its 5th Seminar of Local Stakeholders in Montelimar, Nicaragua, under the slogan “Building strategic alliances to promote child rights”. During the...

Save the Children Sweden together with the Global Initiative to end all Corporal Punishment of Children have made a detailed analysis of the legislation on corporal punishment in Latin America. This report reviews law and policy in relation to...

This document systematizes the local and national participation levels of civil society, including the wide-ranging engagement of children and young people in the regional process towards the Special Session of the UN General Assembly on Children...