Keeping the Promise: Leave No One Behind


Social Protection Responses to Forcibly Displaced Children 

Date: 8 FEB.

Time: 1:15 PM EST

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The World Organization for Early Childhood Education (OMEP) through one of their representatives in UN Maria Pia Belloni, together with the Early Childhood Peace Consortium (ECPC), the Federation of American Woman’s Clubs Overseas (FAWCO), the NGO Committee on Migration, and other NGOs have organized a side event during the 62nd session of the Commission for Social Development (5-14 February 2024).

Mercedes Mayol Lassalle, OMEP World President, will be Keynote Speaker, highlighting that a comprehensive protection of human rights in early childhood requires wide-ranging public policies based on the conviction that childhood development must be holistic and that a more systematic and coordinated approaches to develop acceptable responses to the situation of different children’s experiences and the cultural, economic and social resources of their families is needed.

The priority theme of the CSocD62 is: “Fostering social development and social justice through social policies to accelerate progress on the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and to achieve the overarching goal of poverty eradication.”

The Emerging issue is: “The Influence of Digital Transformation on Inclusive Growth and Development: A Path to Realizing Social Justice.”  

Another OMEP UN Representative, Jessica Essary, will be able to read an oral statement during the CSocD62: A call to action.

The 62nd session of the Commission for Social Development is an opportunity to follow many important and informative events. The following is the website:

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Watch the event and Jessica Essary´s call to action on Youtube.

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