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NINEISMINE Campaign | The Communication Initiative Network
With the slogan “children’s voices against poverty”, Nine is Mine centres around the activism and energy of children in demanding that their government listen to their call that promises be kept. To begin, on the eve of Children’s Day, 80 children and representatives from schools and non-governmenta
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Children say NINEISMINE
On the eve of Children’s Day in India, a petition signed by 300,001 children was submitted to the government, demanding 9% of the Gross Domestic Product to be invested in education and health.
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NINEISMINE campaigners find support from child rights body chairperson
Eight children representing ‘Nine is Mine’ campaign met chairperson of the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights in New Delhi on Children’s Day in India. They sought her support for demand from government to invest 9% of the GDP on health and education.
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Cycling to end poverty – Times Of India
CHANDIGARH: In 2006, 189 member countries of the UN met to draw a declaration to bring poverty to an end. This was called the Millennium Declaration which had eight goals listed for the signatories
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“NINEISMINE” – Indian Children Cycle to Ask for Education Promise to be Honoured | Edmund Rice I
As part of the campaign to urge governments to honour their commitments to the Millennium Development Goals students from St Johns Christian Brothers College in Chandigarh (themselves from marginalised and vulnerable families) will be joining with children from similar backgrounds to cycle 300km to
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Andhra Pradesh says NINEISMINE
There had been a campaign concerning Nine is Mine in New Delhi on the 19th and 20th November, 2010, for which we had taken 10 participants from Andhra Pradesh. The main attraction of the programme was the chief guest Ms. Vasundara Das who promised and extended her full support for this cause by signing the NINEISMINE card.
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Uttar Pradesh says NINEISMINE
On the eve of Children’s Day the summary of The Report on Ensuring Universal Access to Health and Education in India formulated by Wada Na To Do Abhiyaan was released in Uttar Pradesh by children in front of Print and Electronic media.
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