Child Rights are fundamental rights of all human beings below the age of 18, considered as children. It is imperative that people and organisations that work with children are informed about these rights and follow it evidently. On February 13, a two-day training session was held on ‘Child Rights Protection’ conducted by Telangana-based organisation Mamidipudi Venkatarangaiya Foundation (MV Foundation) in Hyderabad. The workshop was attended by members of the Child Rights Protection Force (CRPF)—a collective of community members who sensitise parents and factory owners in Panipat, Haryana about the significance of education. A textile factory owner from Panipat also attended the workshop.

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Mr Dhananjay from MV Foundation acted as a trainer and discussed the present situation of child labour in Panipat and ways to mobilise parents to fight child labour. They discussed the right questions to ask if one sees a child in the street or check a child’s attendance in school regularly. The participants also visited government schools and six different colonies in Hyderabad to understand how the MV Foundation is working towards making Hyderabad a child-labour free zone.

Mr. Vekentesh, Resource person MVF Child LINE 1098 of Hyderabad (District Coordinator) also took part in the training and explained his working experience how the use of the Child line is helping the children in need. He explained one should call on 1098 if they see any children related issues in India. He discussed Child rights, Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 2012, Sexual harassment, Child marriage and all children-related issues. 

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Ganji Venugopal, President of Child Rights protection forum of Hyderabad District shared his experiences how they formed the CRPF group and how it is functioning. The workshop was conducted as a part of our Action Against Child Labour project being implemented in the district of Panipat where out-of-school children of textile workers are being mainstreamed to formal schools through the Kadam Programme. MV Foundation is Humana People to People India's technical partner in the project.

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