Upcoming Events

Welcome to the CCRC Events Page! Let us know if you have an event you’d like to promote that falls within our mandate (childrightsccrc@gmail.com)

  • Youth at the Heart of Change: A National Anti Racism Forum — Les Jeunes au Coeur du Changement : un Forum National sur l’antiracisme– Apr 21, 2022 04:30 PM EST. Register here.
  • Save the date! Child Rights Connect will organise an online session briefing for all countries reviewed on Tuesday 26th April at 2pm CET in English and on Tuesday 26th April at 4pm CET in Spanish. During this briefing, we will share more information on how sessions work.
  • Preventing Forced Marriage: Improving Outcomes and Strengthening Legislative Protection: Tuesday, April 26th 2022 Webinar. Key Speakers Include: Pauline Latham OBE MP, Sponsor of the Marriage and Civil Partnership (Minimum Age) Bill; Aneeta Prem, Founder of Freedom Charity; Professor Aisha K. Gill, Ph.D. CBE, Professor of Criminology at the University of Roehampton; Jasvinder Sanghera CBE, Co-founder of Karma Nirvana; Natasha Rattu, Barrister and Executive Director at Karma Nirvana; Dr Helen McCabe, Associate Professor in Political Theory, Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Nottingham; Hannana Siddiqui, Head of Policy, Research, and Fund-raising at Southall Black Sisters; Event DetailsWebsiteRegister to Attend

For two decades, the UNICEF Report Card series has revealed the state of children and youth across high-income countries. UNICEF Report Card 17 will offer new insights about Canada’s progress relative to our peer countries. We measure how environmental conditions and policies are affecting the health and broader well-being of young people today and what it will take to protect childhood now and for future generations.

Hosted by Children’s Healthcare Canada, the event will include an overview of the Report Card rankings and a dialogue with sector experts including young people.

PLEASE REGISTER TODAY at https://childrenshealthcarecanada.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PAXLa73-QFubInCR7kK6jg


An exciting array of “echo events” are being organized by different organizations to deepen the dialogue based on the Report Card findings. You can register for any or all of these events on the registration page. Keep checking back, as new events will be added!


Please share this invitation with your networks and follow @UNICEFCanada for updates on #ReportCard17. You can access the Report Card and other resources on launch day at www.unicef.ca/irc17.  We hope to see you then.

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