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Special Announcement

GNRC 5th Forum Video:
Ending Violence Against Children: Faith Communities in Action

Five hundred and twenty six (526) participants from the world’s religious and spiritual traditions, girls and boys, women and men, from 70 countries, who together with representatives of governments, the United Nations, and international and grassroots organizations, met in Panama City, Panama for the Fifth Forum of the Global Network of Religions for Children. They discussed and committed to sustainable solutions towards what has become ‘a global epidemic’ of violence against children.

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The GNRC 5th Forum Report

We invite you all to read this comprehensive report of the GNRC 5th Forum.

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The GNRC Fifth Forum Declaration

The Panama Declaration on Ending Violence Against Children

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The African Union Commission (AUC) hosted the Global Summit to Tackle Online Child Sexual Exploitation on 11th and 12th December 2019 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The summit was sponsored by the UK Government and the WeProtect Global Alliance. AUC, one of eight regional member organizations was invited to join the new Board of the WeProtect Alliance during the summit.

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The Executive Assistant to Rev. Keishi Miyamoto, Mr. Hironari Miyamoto together with the Secretary General, GNRC, …

The First Continental Consultation on ending Online Child Sexual Exploitation (OCSE) in Africa was held on 6th to 8th March 2019 in Addis Aba…

Online child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (OCSE) is an emerging challenge that is a nightmare to the protection of children globally. According to the FBI there a…

The Arigatou International is pleased to share that Rev. Fred Nyabera, the Director of End Child Poverty, is the recipient of the, “2019 Spirit of the Un…

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  3. GNRC–Tanzania Commemorates the International Day of Peace

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