19 Days Campaign

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Cooperation for Peace and Development (CPD) has been working for promotion of children and youth rights and believes that legal investment on Afghan children and youth and taking all possible measures to solve their problems is the key to a prosperous Afghanistan.

The 19 Days Campaign is a Women’s World Summit Foundation – WWSF initiative launched in 2011. CPD joined the campaign in 2012 and continued to organize it in Afghanistan to date.

CPD Receives the “Prize for Innovative Prevention of Child Abuse”:

CPD‬ is selected by the ‪‎WWSF‬ as a laureate organization of 2014 and honored to receive the “Prize for Innovative Prevention of Child Abuse 2014″ for its innovative and extensive ‪‎19 Days Campaign in 2013. We are cordially thankful to the WWSF for recognition of our sustainable activism on the rights of Afghan children and youth. Read the press release here.

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19 Days Campaign in 2013:

Resolution of 19 Days of Activism on Prevention of Abuse and Violence against Children and Youth in Afghanistan 1-19 Nov 2013

Pashto _ Resolution _ CPD-WWSF

Dari _ Resolution _ CPD-WWSF

English _ Resolution _ CPD-WWSF

Global Impact Report 2013: Download it here.

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19 Days Campaign in 2012:

Statement on prevention of abuse and violence against children and youth 1-19 Nov 2012(Dari) and (pashto).

Full Version of press release for download in: DariPashto and English.

After successful organization of “۱۰ Days of Peace Activism in Afghanistan”, CPD would like to initiate the “Caravan of Change” ۱۹ days activism (1-19 November 2012) focused on prevention of abuse and violence against children and youth in coordination with the global organizer, WWSF (Women’s World Summit Foundation). CPD and partners have planned variety of activities for this initiative in Afghanistan.