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Role of Parents to Protect Children

Adults and parents have a responsibility to create a world without child abuse and to protect children from sexual abuse. In this video, Ahsan Khan highlights the need to raise awareness about protective measures need to be taken by parents. Myths about child abuse and child neglect can put children at risk. So get informed and keep your children safe.…

Policy Brief on the Legal Framework for Child Domestic Labour in Pakistan

Child domestic labor is a serious issue in Pakistan, where many children, both girls and boys, especially from low-income families, are forced to work as domestic workers. These children are often at high risk of abuse, exploitation, and neglect. They typically work long hours and are paid little or no…
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Report Child Abuse

Watch Basit’s story and learn the critical role of open communication between children and parents to combat child sexual abuse.  Let’s empower our kids to speak up and stay safe! Remember, if you suspect abuse, it’s vital to report it.  Report abuse: Call 1099 or 1121 immediately…
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Help Stop Child Labor

Imagine a world where childhood dreams are replaced by labour. Moneeb’s story highlights the plight of many children forced into work due to economic hardships.  https://youtu.be/GRdgKAh2EsE?si=FFvhp_p5mTKApPmy Let’s hold our community accountable and discourage hiring children for labour.Report such cases to 1099 or 1121!…
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NCRC, Meta Team Up for Kids’ Privacy with “Take It Down”

The Chairperson @ncrcpak @ayesharazafarooq and the Minister of Law & Justice Senator Azam Nazeer Tarar had a meeting with @Meta and @ncmec team to discuss the launch of the “Take It Down” portal in Pakistan! This innovative platform will empower children under 18 years to prevent the non-consensual sharing of…
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NCRC’s Chairperson Joins Polio Fight as PM’s Focal Person

We are immensely proud to announce that @ayesharazafarooq, Chairperson of the @ncrcpak has been appointed as the Prime Minister’s Focal Person on Polio Eradication. On her very first day in this crucial role, she met with Chris Elias President of Global Development at the @gatesfoundation, and the Chair of the…

NCRC launches State of Children in Pakistan Portal

ISLAMABAD:The National Commission on the Rights of Child (NCRC) commemorated the World Day Against Child Labour on June 12, 2024 by launching the State of Children in Pakistan portal and presenting its annual report for 2023-24. This event marks a significant step forward in the fight against child labour and…

Fistula and child marriages

Seema’s battle with fistula unveils the tragedy of early marriage, urging society to confront the intertwined dangers of child marriage and women’s health crises. Seema, a resident of Astore District of Gilgit-Baltistan, received the title, ‘Woman of the Year’, not for her achievements, but for a fate imposed upon her…

Legal Reforms for Preventing Girls from Child Marriage

Child marriages remain a pressing issue globally, affecting the lives of millions of young girls. According to UNICEF, one in every six young women is married during childhood. To combat this harmful practice, the National Commission on the Rights of Child (NCRC) has taken significant steps towards legal reforms in…

NCRC letter on raising minimum age for marriage

NCRC is strongly advocating to raise the minimum marriageable age for girls to 18 years! The Commission has taken proactive steps by writing to provincial human rights and law departments in Punjab, Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and ICT urging them to support this amendment and promptly present before the legislative assembly…
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Cleric on remand in another child abuse case

LAHORE: The Lahore police on 8 April 2024 obtained four-day physical remand of cleric Abubakar Muaviya in another child rape case lodged with the Shahdara Police Station. Police shifted the suspect to the police station for interrogation in the new child abuse case. An official said police claimed that the…

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