Regional Campaign Against Corporal Punishment

SAIEVAC Secretariat - An Apex body of SAARC

Equal Protection For Children
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  • The Campaign The Campaign

    SAIEVAC, the SAARC Apex Body for Children, launches the first ever inter-governmental campaign against corporal punishment in South Asia. The Campaign "Equal Protection for Children" aims at ending the legality, social acceptance and practice of corporal punishment in South Asia.

  • The Approach The Approach

    The SAIEVAC "Equal Protection for Children" campaign is guided by the articles, values and principles of UNCRC, including non-violence, maximum development, non-discrimination and child participation.
                                                                                                                                                                  

  • Key Actors Key Actors

    SAIEVAC regional and national mechanisms will lead the campaign supported by the South Asia Coordination Group on Action against Violence against Children (SACG) and its national counterparts, NACGs, in the respective Member States.
                                                                   

  • Positive Parenting Positive Parenting

    Positive parenting & discipline refers to adult's behaviour towards children based on the best interest and respecting evolving capacities of the child. It takes into account wider practices and principles of child development, child rearing and childcare.
                                                    

Latest News

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SAIEVAC organizing Workshop of the Experts to Review the Legal Status of Corporal Punishment in South Asia and Recommend Model Laws for explicit prohibition of Corporal Punishment

The South Asia Initiative to End Violence Against Children (SAIEVAC), the SAARC Apex Body for children is organizing a Workshop of the Experts to Review the Legal Status of Corporal Punishment in South Asia and recommend Model Laws for explicit prohibition of Corporal Punishment from 23rd to 24th May 2014 in Kathmandu, Nepal.

The Workshop is being organized by SAIEVAC Regional Secretariat, in collaboration with SAARCLAW, is  going to review the legal status of corporal punishment in SAARC Member States. 

Experts from the Global Initiative to End Corporal Punishment, SAARCLAW, South Asia Coordinating Group on Action against Violence against Children (SACG), National Mechanism in Nepal as well as SAIEVAC Regional Secretariat will be present to review the laws and policies relating to corporal punishment in South Asia. The meeting will also recommend model laws for explicit prohibition of all corporal punishment in the member states

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May, 2014
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Expert Committee Consultation on Child Protection of the Central Monastic Body in Bhutan ends on a positive note to advance alternative care practices

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Pakistan’s Children Breaks the Stick as a Symbolic End to Corporal Punishment in the Country

Pakistan becomes the second country in the SAARC region to launch SAIEVAC’s Campaign against Corporal Punishment (COP) of children. The Ministry of Law, Justice and Human Rights, Government of Pakistan announced the launching of National Campaign against the Corporal Punishment of Children in Pakistan on 27th March 2014 in Islamabad in collaboration with the South Asia Initiative to End Violence against Children [SAIEVAC] and the South Asia Coordinating Group on Action against Violence against Children [SACG].

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April, 2014