Eglantyne Jebb was a British social reformer who had a vision: to achieve and protect the rights of children worldwide. She was driven by the belief that all children – whoever they are, wherever they are – have the right to a healthy, happy, fulfilling life. She drafted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, an international document promoting child rights adopted by the League of Nations in 1924, and adopted in an extended form by the United Nations in 1959. Learn more about her here: bit.ly/3rfxkoe
Almost a year into the Covid-19 pandemic and the havoc it has wreaked, we have to make sure we're taking care of ourselves. Only then can we take care of our children, families, and communities. Check out our blog post "Managing Stress in Stressful Times" from MCAP's Director of Community Partnerships, Ingrid Parker, LPC, for some tips.
The coronavirus pandemic has completely affected the course of our lives. COVID-19 is constantly being monitored and researched, as healthcare and pharmaceutical professionals work hard to make gains,...
January is #NationalSlaveryandHumanTraffickingPreventionMonth For help or to report human trafficking, the national hotline is 888-373-7888, or text to 23-3733. Please share this post - you may help save a life.
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