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Coalition for Monitoring Child Rights in Serbia

The Coalition was established in 2007 upon the initiative of the Child Rights Centre, which coordinates its activities. The Coalition advocates the implementation of all the rights enshrined in the Convention.

The first joint activity of the Coalition was drafting of an Alternative Initial Report on the Implementation of the Convention in Serbia. The Coalition`s activities continued after the submission and presentation of the report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child through the preparation of Alternative Reports on the Implementation of Optional Protocols to the Convention on the Rights of the Child and their presentation to the Committee on the Rights of the Child.

The Coalition prepared and presented to the Committee on the Rights of the Child the Second and Third Alternative Periodic Reports on the Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in the Republic of Serbia for the period 2008-2014, which was compiled by 16 civil society organisations. The Coalition also participated in the second and third cycle of the Universal Periodic Review, in which it prepared reports to the Human Rights Council, as well as other human rights monitoring bodies, and it regularly submits contributions for the reports on Serbia’s progress in the European Union accession process.

The Coalition today consists of five civil society organizations specialized in monitoring and reporting in different areas of human rights: Child Rights Centre, Užice Child Rights Centre, Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, ASTRA — Anti Trafficking Action and Center for Social Policy.

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