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November 20, 2023

Several beneficiary children have sent us videos to celebrate the 34th anniversary of the signing of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child. These children and young people share their views on their inherent rights.

Through these inspiring videos, the children invite us to see the world through their eyes, to understand their experiences and to recognise the crucial importance of Children’s Rights.

Each video is an open window, offering heartfelt reflections on themes such as education, health, nutrition, protection and participation. These ambassadors of hope express their aspirations and dreams and highlight the challenges they face on a daily basis.

Their words on the Rights of the Child transcend linguistic and cultural barriers, uniting the voices of these young people in a symphony for a fairer and more equitable future.

By sharing these videos, PARTAGE hopes to amplify the voices of these children, transforming their messages into a powerful force for raising awareness on this day of 20 November, which serves as a reminder of the crucial importance of guaranteeing the rights of every child everywhere in the world.

This video talks about the right to non-discrimination with children and young people from Haiti, Lebanon, Mayotte, Ecuador, Madagascar and the Union of the Comoros:

This video talks about the right to participation with children and young people from Egypt, Nepal, Ecuador and Cambodia:

This video talks about the right to life and survival with children and young people from Burkina Faso, India, Honduras, Nepal, Thailand and Lebanon:


Finally, this video talks about the right to well-being with children and young people from Madagascar, Romania, Brazil, Thailand and Benin:

Testimony of Yolaine Guérif, Managing Director of PARTAGE

“On this anniversary of the Rights of the Child, many of us want to shout out to the world that children should all have the right to live in peace, to grow up protected and to play freely.

Nearly 45 million children are displaced by conflicts around the world, 244 million do not go to school and 1 in 3 children around the world does not grow up normally because of malnutrition!

This situation, which makes us howl, also gives us the energy to fight relentlessly, even though great progress has been made over the last 34 years. I’ll let you listen to these children who are bearing witness for us on this anniversary, they give us wings to build a better world together!”

By celebrating 20 November, PARTAGE and its local partners on the ground are reaffirming their daily commitment to the rights of all children, emphasising that every day counts in the quest for a world where every child can grow up with dignity, protection and hope for the future.

January 10, 2023

From November 24 to 26, 40 volunteers, employees and partners of PARTAGE participated in the launching seminar of the project “Children committed to the objectives of sustainable development” at the Fort d’Aubervilliers. Hosted by the Fort Recup association, these three days were an opportunity to draw inspiration from cross-disciplinary experiences, to share skills, to learn from multiple cultures and to develop a common action plan: all the equipment needed to set sail!

With the same educational intention, this international team will contribute to accompanying the children on this long-term project, which involves various issues: promotion of global health, environment, children’s rights, interculturality… How can we contribute to the personal construction of our young actors so that they develop their spirit of initiative, citizenship and solidarity?

Following this course, the seminar aimed to identify the strengths and weaknesses of each person, to debate their own representations of education for citizenship and international solidarity, to discover during a round table the small successes that shape the confidence and desire to act of young people, or to grasp the challenges to be taken up on the monitoring and evaluation of the project.

These numerous exchanges made it possible to learn the fundamental posture to adopt in order to facilitate the acquisition of human skills in conjunction with the educational teams. Between school life and family life, there are spaces for listening, for non-judgment; spaces of pedagogical freedom to be created during this project, where young people can commit themselves to the implementation of meaningful actions, provided they are accompanied.

Strengthened by these moments of conviviality and quality, our 40 participants are now ready to raise the anchor towards their territories, to avoid the icebergs by supporting, encouraging and valuing during the three years of the project approximately 3,000 young sailors who will reveal to themselves and to others their power of humanity.


February 7, 2022
February 7, 2022

November 20, International Children’s Rights Day, is a strong symbolic date for all PARTAGE’s partner. Since 2020, this date is also the date of the network’s photo exhibition: «Children’s rights seen by children». This is a key moment for the network, which allows us to reaffirm our commitment by promoting the participation of those most concerned and to support creativity by giving it a dedicated space.

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August 17, 2021
August 17, 2021
On the occasion of the 20th November, the anniversary of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, Partage RISE launched a photo exhibition open to child participants from the 29 member organisations of the network and to children participating in local volunteer projects.

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November 27, 2020

The members of the RAEE (Réseau Afrique Enfance Épanouie) organised two meetings at the end of 2018 during which they were able to exchange on their respective practices. The first meeting saw the three West African organisations (RACINES from Benin, DISPENSAIRE TROTTOIR from Burkina Faso and MESAD from Côte d’Ivoire) meet. The DISPENSAIRE TROTTOIR hosted this meeting during which the participants from RACINES and MESAD were able to discover the actions implemented by the association and exchange on the themes of resource mobilisation and early childhood care. Lire Plus

November 27, 2020

Until 15 December the virtual run for child protection is taking place, an initiative of our member CPCR in Thailand to raise awareness about violence and abuse of children. This marathon being virtual, can be done anywhere in the world, by adults or children, alone or in groups!

Carrying out the same type of activity on the same theme in several places around the world allows us to collectively give more importance to this subject which is close to our hearts. The photos will be published on the Facebook page and the RISE Share website.

Before November 30th you will still be able to follow this link to officially register for the race, this will allow you to receive a virtual bib number as well as a virtual certificate of participation in the race and a medal per organisation. You will then have to prove that you have completed 20 km of the race through screenshots of the race phone applications of your choice!

CPCR has produced several posters on the theme of protection against violence, they can be used for this event, we also invite you to share your own posters on the theme!