Child Rights Information Network (CRIN) BECKY PURBRICK Coordinator of the Child Rights Information Network, C/O Save the Children (UK) A meeting to establish a Child Rights Information Network In July 1995, over 50 national, regional and international organisations met at the International Children's Centre in Paris and agreed to establish a Child Rights Information Network. Since July 1995, the Coordinator has been carrying out the meeting's recommendations which cover the development of the structure, management, membership of the network, the development of 5 proposals and the expansion of the Facilitating Group (the advisory group for the network) to include organisations from the South. An informal network The network is informal and participative, decisions are made through consultation with its members. It focuses on the needs of its members, who share a committment to exchanging information with one another. To ensure that the network is sensitive to needs, it was agreed that national and regional contact points would be established in the future. The network is developing information projects and tools which are appropriate to organisations which have developed sophisticated information handling capacities and organisations which currently need training and capacity support to handle information effectively. The activities of
The International Journal of Children's Rights – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1995
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