DCI Mauritius, Halley Movement and PAN-Mauritius Coalition are looking for partners to join in for the Good Digital Parenting Campaign in Mauritius DCI Mauritius, Halley Movement & PAN-Mauritius Coalition launched the ‘Good Digital Parenting’ National Campaign in Mauritius on August 11, 2016. Parents of the township of Vacoas & Phoenix attended the launch together with the South African […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
DCI Mauritius celebrated the Global Day of Citizen Action – 16 May 2015 What it is: The Global Day of Citizen Action is part of campaign to raise awareness about the importance of `civic space’ – the freedom to speak out, organise and take action. Why it matters: Civic space is under threat in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
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Defence for Children International–Mauritius conducted a one day meeting to reflect on Redefining Child Welfare in Mauritius. The meeting was organized in conjunction with Halley Movement. Among the core issues discussed at the meeting were juvenile in conflict with the law and parenting in Mauritius. The purpose of the meeting was to determine the nexus between […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
DCI-Mauritius coalition participated this week in the African Regional Workshop of the Global Coalition for Education in Johannesburg, South Africa, January 2014. The theme was Privatisation and the Right to Education. Eighteen (18) African countries had their inputs at this workshop. The Workshop in Johannesburg discussed the following: Clarifying Concepts and Key issues Low […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
DCI– Mauritius has already submitted its report as one of the stakeholders to the Universal Periodic Review. The Universal Periodic Review for Mauritius will be held at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva on Wednesday 23 October. A meeting was held in Mauritius with all stakeholders and was chaired by Foreign Affairs Minister. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Torrential rain of an intensity never witnessed in Mauritius flooded roads on Saturday, March 30, 2013. A day of national mourning has been declared on the island, where 11 people have died in severe floods. Condolences from DCI Mauritius to all families who have been affected by the floodContinue Reading... No Comments.
DCI-Mauritius has visited the village of Riviere des Anguilles today to spend half a day with some 20 children. Children from all backgrounds are invited to talk to volunteers and it is also a way for DCI-Mauritius to raise awareness of some key articles under the CRC in a basic language to them. During the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Child Helpline Mauritius: Online counselling for children and young persons in Mauritius has been launched today at Le Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel, Mauritius. The project was officially launched by H.E The President of the Republic of Mauritius in the presence of the Hon. Minister of Gender, Equality, Child Development and Family welfare. Other stakeholders involved in this […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
DCI-Mauritius, is conducting advocacy sessions in informal schools/colleges to empower children of their human rights, leadership skills and encourage them to actively participate and be concerned in the children’s protection. During sessions, role plays are organised, chidren have an opportunity to ask questions and recent abuse against children are raised. Children are also allowed to express […]Continue Reading... No Comments.