1. We demand political assurance to stop using us for political advantage, we also demand executing regulation protecting this assurance.
2. Increase investment and allocation of exclusive local and national budget for deprived people and also demand for appropriate share of the given budget.
3. We demand our participation for our development plan. Therefore creating laws to include our participation about the development plan.
4. Our demand is creating legislation to protect the use of children in the media.
5. We demand a separate body to protect our rights , in the form of a child ombudsman or the creation of an independent children's commission.
6. We want assurance from all political parties to execute the Childrens Act 2013.
10 October 2013 | Ain o Salish Kendra, Child Rights Unit, Save the Children and the Child Rights Governance Assembly (CRGA) facilitated a dialogue between representatives of the major political parties before their election manifestoes are written. The purpose of the event was to highlight child rights issues as a matter of importance, considering it is allocated one of the smallest budgets in all the Government ministries.
With issues such as violence against child domestic workers, only being highlighted when particular cases such as the case of domestic help, Aduri, reaches the headlines. Law's need to be implemented and given utmost importance to secure the rights of children in these vulnerable positions. Representatives from four different factions lightly touched on issues of concern. see http://www.askbd.org/ask for full details of event