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Children's Rights Road Show in Come to K-Йpbe

Children's Rights Road Show in Come to K-Йpbe


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Children's Rights Road Show in Come to K-Йpbe

With great interest - close to 500 participants - the 2016 Coming-to-Kee Program of the National Center for Patients, Disabled, Children's and Documentation (OBDK) has started.

The two hуnapon keresztьl tartу esemйny the orszбg 7 rйgiуjбnak a vбrosбban - Kaposvбron, Szombathely, Eger, Szйkesfehйrvбron, Nyнregyhбzбn, йs Budapest Kecskemйten - biztosнt useful for children's rights ismeretterjesztх programs йs egйsz day kikapcsolуdбst the children's homes, lakбsotthonokban, nevelхszьlхknйl йlх children йs kнsйrхiknek.Az The first entries of the national roadshow were held on March 19, 2016 in Eger and in Szekesfehervar on children's interactive knowledge and obligations, as well as participating in playful creative workshops. Attorneys-at-law also provided personal interviews with a particular subject (such as the Children's Rights and Patient Rights Representatives in relation to the rights of the sick child). At the events local community organizations - BNTSZ, Police, Emergency, Disaster Management, Honor - and other NGOs - Red Cross, SINOS, NOE, Blue Line, Dogplus, Sunshine Tummogatak - also work. Outside programs, the OBDK also organized regional football championships for young people.
Since its inception, the OBDK has given high priority to the ongoing advocacy of children's rights, the empowerment of the growing society, and the development of a broad spectrum. In 2015, the organization launched a series of regional children's rights events. In view of the great success, the engagement continued in March and May 2016 to re-organize the series of events, which will include a professional program and a national championship in sports in Budapest on 19 May.
National Center for Patients' Rights, Compensation, Children's Rights and Documentation