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Position of Children's Rehabilitation Center on the Special Protection to Children in Situations of Armed Conflict Bill (House Bills 13, 1280, 2345, 3050 and 4676) filed under 17th Congress

Since the 15th Congress, Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) has been aggressively forwarding its position regarding the bill on the Special Protection to Children in Situations of Armed Conflict (CSAC). Read more »

CRC ANNUAL REPORT 2014

INTRODUCTION

 

The Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) was established in June 1985, to help children of political prisoners under the martial law era cope with the trauma of the sudden separation and other psychological and emotional problems resulting from their parents’ detention. From a small play group of children in Quezon City, CRC’s clientele expanded to include all other children – Christian, Muslim and from indigenous tribes - who are directly and indirectly affected by armed conflict in critical regions nationwide.

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Position paper on the Special Protection to Children in Situation s of Armed Conflict (House Bills 0823, 1332 and 3005)

Since the 15th Congress, Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) has been aggressively forwarding its position regarding the bill on the Special Protection to Children in Situations of Armed Conflict (CSAC).

CRC, as a direct service organization helping children victims of human rights violations, including those in armed conflict situations for almost 30 years, sees the necessity to once again present our views and opinions regarding the bill at hand. Read more »

Position paper on the Senate Bill on Children in Situation of Armed Conflict

A careful scrutiny of the Bill leads us to present the following suggestions and comments on the items included in the Bill. We are strongly suggesting that the necessary revisions be made in order to carry out our objective in promoting and protecting the rights of the Filipino child.

All parties to the conflict, the Armed Forces and other Armed Groups must be treated as possible perpetrators and should not be given any special treatment or consideration. They should be on equal footing if what we are after is the welfare of the Filipino Children. Read more »

Imprints of Violence: Shattered Lives and Disrupted Childhood

Children must always be seen as part of their sector. Their situation is mere reflection of their families’ and the society’s condition.

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Child Rights Violations Monitoring 2010-2012

 Child Rights Violations under aquino Administration

 Monitoring from July 01, 2010 to Ocotber 31, 2012 Read more »

Child Rights Violations July 2010 to December 2011

Children's Rehabilitation Center Monitoing

Child Rights Violations under Aquino Administration

July 01, 2010 to December 31, 2011

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FACES OF CHILDREN IN ARMED CONFLICT SITUATION

In 2005, our organization, the Children's Rehabilitation Center, participated in a research commissioned by the UNICEF to determine the situation of Filipino women and children in armed conflict. The nationwide study was done in the context of intensifying human rights violations, particularly extra-judicial killings and enforced disappearances, even against children. Read more »

GMA's War on Terrorism: Children Made As Sacrificial Lambs

Since the US- Arroyo regime started its relentless campaign on "war against terrorism", many children became sacrificial lambs. Their situation was pushed to further desolation with the terror and psychological trauma, geographical and social displacement, economic breakdown and disruption/disintegration of family life. Read more »

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