Children’s Rights in Petition

Sahabat Anak's advocacy program for Children's rights

Sahabat Anak’s advocacy program for Children’s rights

Friends, have you ever been involved in petition signing, or seen some petition campaigns in your social media page? If you are quite active in social media world you may have heard about The subjects of its campaigns are of many varieties, from environment and wildlife, justice, politics and democracy, also media and internet.

At the end of last year, with House of Infographics put an interesting infographic on petition in Indonesia for the year 2014. What is interesting for Sahabat Anak, of course, is that children’s rights is at no. 4 of most popular petition category in 2014 with acquired signatures of 115,759. One of the petitions is the concern on children’s exposure to adult content song in a television show. Seeing that community’s concern can be channeled and receiving real response gives hope in what SA wants to achieve in relation to its commitment as children’s advocacy agency.

To see this infographic from and HOI, please refer to below link.


About Sahabat Anak

Sahabat Anak is a non-profit organisation that provides quality education and children’s rights advocacy in an effort to encourage and inspire Jakarta’s street children to escape urban poverty. The movement began in 1997 after a group of university students made a commitment to make a difference in the lives of Indonesia's street children. As a volunteer-based organisation, Sahabat Anak aims to involve as many members of the community as possible to help improve the lives of street children.

Posted on 02/10/2015, in Advocacy, Children's Rights. Bookmark the permalink. Tinggalkan komentar.

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