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Neglected Children’s Society Founded in 1997, Neglected Children’s Society is an affiliate
Neglected Children’s Society
Founded in 1997, Neglected Children’s Society is an affiliate member of the ECPAT network. NCS members work on a voluntary basis and include experts on prevention of juvenile delinquency, the judicial system and the police, as well as specialists in research, psychology, sociology, social work and publishing.
National Network for Children (NNC)
The National Network for Children (NNC) is an alliance of more than 120 civil society organisations and supporters, working with and for the children and families of Bulgaria. The promotion, protection, and observation of the rights of the child are the key principles which unite the Network. NNC believes that all policies and practices that affect children, directly or indirectly, should be developed, applied, and observed taking into account the best interest of the child, with the active participation of children and young people themselves. All the NNC activities are led by the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, which is the key document that lays down the philosophy and the values of how the Network works.
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