Bahrain will serve as a regional base for an international group that protects children in conflict countries and promotes their rights, a report said.
Experts working with the International Organisation for Child Protection (INCP
Children in Bahrain will soon be banned from taking part in political gatherings, rallies and demonstrations after the Shura Council approved amendments to child rights law.
People found guilty of using youngsters aged below 18 as pawns in
Unicef’s regional office for Mena said that participation was still open for its regional media award on child rights, an annual prize that encourages greater representation of children in the media.
This gives the opportunity for media pr