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  • The draft-Youth Law proposed by the Government violates youth rights in Albania!

    Tirana, May 26, 2019 - CRCA/ECPAT Albania and the Albanian National Youth Network (ANYN), through this open public statement, urge the Government of Albania to immediately withdraw from the parliamentary discussions and proceedings the Draft-Law “On Youth”.

    On May 16, 2019, the Council of Ministers approved the Draft -Law “On Youth”, which is expected to pass for...

  • Tirana Municipality and political parties have failed about the cooperation with young people!

    Tirana, 18th May 2019 - The "Youth in Albania 2019" National Survey, presented at the 1st National Youth Summit, just two months before the local elections in Albania, brings a very worrying and unexpected reality for the Municipality and the political parties in Tirana. The survey, conducted in 12 districts of the country, with over 1210 young people from the Child and Youth Policy Hub...

  • Youth in Peshkopia soon to have their Youth Parliament

    Tirana, May 7, 2019 - Youth in the Peshkopia soon will have their Youth Parliament. The establishment of Parliament is facilitated by CRCA/ECPAT Albania, thanks to the support of UNDP and the British Government in Albania, in cooperation with Educational Authority and Municipality of Peshkopi (Region of Dibër). The initiative will enable at least 200 young people from across...

  • FINAL STATEMENT

    Albania has strived to advance human rights for children and youth. Yet, despite many advancements, widespread corruption, political infighting, weak public institutions, and lack of public investment, has seriously hindered the efforts to the protection of the rights for children and youth. Albania has a positive legal framework for the protection of children, yet they remain unprotected....

  • CRCA / ECPAT Albania present the situation of children and youth before the UN

    Tirana, 4 April 2019 - The Child Rights Centre - CRCA / ECPAT Albania, presented today in Geneva a periodic alternative report about children and youth rights in Albania, ahead of the UPR Working Group, in Geneva. This group part of the UN Human Rights Committee reviews every year the situation and human rights violations in each member state.

    The Universal Periodic...

  • THE YOUNG PEOPLE OF TIRANA CREATE THEIR HISTORY

    Tirana, 30 January 2019 – CRCA Albania and the Albanian Coalition for Education (ACE) in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Sports and Youth (MASR) and the Tirana Regional Education Directorate (RED) in May in 2018 they set up the Tirana Youth Parliament. While in June 2018, the representatives of the Youth Parliament of Tirana, signed the Act of their Establishment....

  • ANYN asks the Albanian Prime Minister not to approve Student’s Card without consulting young people

    Tirana, 20 December 2018 - Following the latest statement by the Albanian Prime Minister acknowledging that the government has already drafted their Decision on the Student Card, the Albanian National Youth Network (ANYN) would like to express its deep concern on the lack of consultations of the Government on this major issue with students, young people, student councils and...

  • CRCA submits to the Parliament the Petition "VOTE@16"

    Tirana, 18 November 2018 - CRCA Albania submitted this morning to the Parliament the Petition "Vote@16", launched a month earlier. The petition asks the Parliament to change the legislation to allow young people to vote from 16 years old. The petition was addressed to the Albanian Parliament, all the parliamentary parties, as well as the Extraordinary Parliamentary Commissions...

  • CRCA Albania asks the Parliament and the Government to seriously invest for community services to support the victims of domestic violence

    Tirana, 1 October 2018 - CRCA and the Albanian Network “Act for Children were invited by the Albanian Parliament to attend the hearing session of the two sub-parliamentary commissions to discuss on the situation regarding the establishment and functioning of domestic violence protection mechanisms. Although the hearing was planned before, it could not neglect discussions on the latest case of...

  • Only an open and independent investigation can guarantee justice to Xh. M.

    Tirana, 29 September 2018 - CRCA Albania and the Albanian National Youth Network (ANYN), two main human rights organizations in the country, for the last three days awaited with great concern the official answer of the Albanian Parliament, Government and law enforcement agencies, regarding the involvement and accusations against several members of the Parliament and their family members for...

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