The Children's Association is a non-governmental, non-profit, humanitarian organization which is neutral in party political and religious issues and work to improve the living conditions for children and young people. The work is focused around children's development, education and human rights.

The Children's Association's objectives are directly linked to the UN Children's Convention, the UN Millennium Development Goals and the UN Resolution on Women, Peace and Security. The main beneficiary of Children's Association is the local partner organization Children's Association Philippines. Children's Association Philippines perform charitable projects providing food and shelter for poor children and their families, as well as direct support to and development of other local partner organizations institutions such as public hospitals and organizations supporting disabled children.

The Organization's activities are operated from two main locations: Nottingham (UK) and International Plaza (Singapore). The Organization's main offices in UK are located at Unit 6, Wycliffe Mill, Wycliffe Street, Nottingham NG7 7JB, United Kingdom, and its telephone number at such address is (+44) 0844 826 7213. In Singapore the Organization is represented by our certified artwork reseller CA - Division for Telephone Agreements Pte. Ltd. (Registered organisation in Singapore No. 201105829H). The offices are located at 10 Anson Road, #21-02, International Plaza, Singapore 079903, and its telephone number at such address is (+65) 31582135.

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Children's Association and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Children's Association's mission is to protect children's rights, to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential. Children's Association's is guided in doing this by the provisions and principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. <<<Read more about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child here

Children's Association and the Millennium Development Goals

Children's Association's vision is rooted in the Millennium Development Goals adopted by UN in 2000 <<<Read more about the Millennium Development Goals here

Children's Association and the UN Resolution 1325 on women's rights, peace and security

Children's Association follow up UN resolution 1325 on women's rights, peace and security issues in all its work. <<<Read more about the UN's Security Council Resolution 1325

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