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Communities and institutions sensitised on child rights

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 4/6/2021 12:48:50 PM IST

Can Youth, DKA Austria and Child Line Dimapur conducted a month-long campaign from March 1 to 31 in around Dimapur to sensitise on child rights and quality education on the theme “community voice on enhancing quality education and domestic violence.”

A press release from Campaign Lead Piwoka Zhimomi stated that the campaign was being facilitated by the interns of Can youth from Assam Don Bosco University, St. Joseph University Dimapur and Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies, Faridabad
The campaign reached out to the community areas and of both private and governmental schools with the sole purpose of imparting knowledge and encouraging them for a better understanding and the importance of quality education and child rights. Poster campaign and social media campaign was also being initiated around dimapur.
Various life skills training and ice breaking activities were also being conducted so as to bring a sense of responsibilities among one another in a society.
After the post covid lockdown rising cases of domestic violence among children was being witnessed at an alarming rate and more victims of the violence was being identified and the quality education was far behind lacking, the objective of the campaign also to enhance quality rights through community and Children participation.
During the campaign the students, parents and the teachers were encouraged to lead a holistic way of life paving way for the children to not only adapt themselves to the bookish knowledge but also learn to nourish their skills in every possible way, so as to sustain themselves in the future and refrain themselves from domestic violence rather helping one another in creating a peaceful environment. 
The campaign also focused on the importance of a child in its initial learning stage to give more time and importance so as to help them in shaping their future.
The campaign was conducted at seven schools and two with Community including Millennial Vision School, Burma Camp, Bronson School, Burma Camp, Government Middle School, Darogapathar, Government Town Middle School, United Colony, Trinity School, Thahekhu Village, Government Middle School, Veterinary Colony, with Community in Neisatuo Colony and along with Joint Council Forum in Veterinary Colony.

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