Our mission :

To defend the rights and dignity of the child worldwide

Europe and the CIS

::cck::479::/cck::::description::The implementation of the rights of the child in Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) remains mixed. For example, the right to education is widely respected: between 95% and 100% of children are educated in this area (source: UNICEF). In contrast, abuse, sexual abuse and non-support of children with disabilities are still too common.
The States have ratified the Convention on the Rights of the Child and for the past fifteen years, they have implemented more social policies to improve the protection of the child. Despite these efforts, the situation of the rights of the child remains alarming in Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.  ::/description::

Armenia

::cck::543::/cck::::description::As part of its 2014-2017 program against sexual abuse, BICE began five new partnerships with local organizations for child protection.::/description::

Georgia

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Poland

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Romania

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Russia

::cck::551::/cck::::description::In 1995, BICE began working with local partners in Russia on the subject of children with disabilities, and has expanded its work to child victims of sexual abuse. Our actions are taking place in several regions around Moscow and St. Petersburg Zlatoust.::/description::

Ukraine

::cck::553::/cck::::description::Since 2011, BICE has been operating in Ukraine for the prevention of child abuse and the fight against sexual abuse in the Kiev region, Ukraine, in collaboration with its local partner, the Women's Consortium of Ukraine.::/description::