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Girls’ right have no price

LAUNCH OF CHILD10 AWARDED MEMBERS

WE PROUDLY PRESENT THE CHILD10 AWARDED MEMBERS FOR 2021!

Child trafficking and sexual exploitation of children is on the rise in Europe. The outbreak of Covid-19 this past year, has only exacerbated the situation for these children. We cordially invite you to attend this timely and important lunch event on child trafficking of girls for sexual exploitation in Europe. During the event we will announce the prominent 2021 Child10 Awarded Member Organizations who are working across Europe and will now join forces to end human trafficking and sexual exploitation of girls. We will also discuss what needs to be done and how everyone can contribute to protect and prevent children from this heinous crime.

Date

February 24th at 12:00am – 1:15 pm CET

Where?

The event is broadcasted live on our Facebook and website

Child10’s theme this year is “Girls´ rights have no price”. A child’s rights and dignity is not for sale and every child’s rights must be fully respected, protected and fulfilled. Last year, during our open call for nominations of organizations working in this field, we received a record number of nominations. We reviewed over 90 organizations from 27 different countries, and after a thorough assessment process, the Selection Committee finally chose the ten Child10 Awarded Members for 2021!

About Child10 Awarded Members

The 10 Awarded Members will each receive a financial grant of 100 000 SEK from Child10’s Main Partner, HM Queen Silvia of Sweden’s Foundation, as well as an individualized support program to help strengthen their organizations. Throughout 2021, the Awarded Members will also be working together discussing joint challenges, identifying best practices and developing solutions to create sustainable and systemic change.

About Child10

Child10 is a non-governmental organization working to end child trafficking and sexual exploitation of children. The organization has a strong child rights-based and holistic approach to child trafficking, focusing on prevention, protection as well as prosecution of perpetrators. Mindful of the power of collaboration, Child10 works with grassroots organizations to strengthen them and to jointly develop and advocate for powerful and durable solutions, involving all actors in society to protect children from trafficking and sexual exploitation.

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      Date

      February 24th at 12:00am – 1:15 pm CET

      Where?

      The event is broadcasted live on our Facebook and website

      Child10’s theme this year is “Girls´ rights have no price”. A child’s rights and dignity is not for sale and every child’s rights must be fully respected, protected and fulfilled. Last year, during our open call for nominations of organizations working in this field, we received a record number of nominations. We reviewed over 90 organizations from 27 different countries, and after a thorough assessment process, the Selection Committee finally chose the ten Child10 Awarded Members for 2021!

      About Child10 Awarded Members

      The 10 Awarded Members will each receive a financial grant of 100 000 SEK from Child10’s Main Partner, HM Queen Silvia of Sweden’s Foundation, as well as an individualized support program to help strengthen their organizations. Throughout 2021, the Awarded Members will also be working together discussing joint challenges, identifying best practices and developing solutions to create sustainable and systemic change.

      About Child10

      Child10 is a non-governmental organization working to end child trafficking and sexual exploitation of children. The organization has a strong child rights-based and holistic approach to child trafficking, focusing on prevention, protection as well as prosecution of perpetrators. Mindful of the power of collaboration, Child10 works with grassroots organizations to strengthen them and to jointly develop and advocate for powerful and durable solutions, involving all actors in society to protect children from trafficking and sexual exploitation.

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