Children from each family in a neighbourhood are organized into two separate children’s neighbourhood parliaments: one, a neighbourhood parliament of junior children (of 6 to 11 years) and the other neighbourhood parliaments of adolescents (of 12 to 18 years). They meet regularly and discuss their issues and problems such as Social issues, child right violation, harms of HIV/AIDS etc. and keep written minutes. Each unit has its own Prime Minister and other cabinet ministers in charge of variou...
Neighborhood based Children Parliament is a small group of max 30 in number which include all the children who are physically or mentally challenged,come together for a dream of better and deeper democracy. The voice of all is important and the parliament come to the street. Its from the neighborhood to the Global Level.
Se registró el día November 24, 2012
NCN Kerala, India