Newsletter: November 2019

This month marked the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the most-signed global treaty in the world.  There has been significant progress since that treaty was signed, but we are still so far from a world where children’s rights are realized systematically.  We must all recommit to the action and practice of children’s rights, and that new commitment may take new shapes and forms as forces like the climate crisis and record-breaking levels of forced migration reshape our world and threaten children’s futures.

Of the many interesting items below, we would like to call your attention to three consultancies that we are recruiting: one consultancy for 75 days of work over seven months in the Democratic Republic of Congo (field coordination), one for 100 days of work over seven months in the Central African Republic (field coordination), and one three-country consultancy (research coordination) for 220 days of work over 12 months.  To apply for any of these consultancies, please send an email with your CV, three references, and your daily rate in USD to  Please specify which consultancy you are applying for in the subject line and email text.

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