AIMEC announces archiving of news published in leading newspapers of Rajasthan in the form of Gallery available on the websites of Lok Samvad Sansthan and All India Media Educators for the Protection of Children’s Rights (O.P.C.R.). Feedback, opinion, views are welcome, and we also request masses to scan and mail similar news published in their local newspapers.
Social Evils are deep rooted in our society, to prevent them AIMEC is running a campaign by achieving the news related to crimes involving children and women. It is a reform movement, to keep the memory of masses fresh and create awareness among people to fight relentlessly against social evils and make a gradual fundamental change in certain aspects of society like Health, Education & Literacy, Legal & Social Protection of Children/Violence and Food & Nutrition.
We also encourage a younger generation to come forward in this movement.
We step towards to defend and protect the rights of children and adolescents in difficulty and, more particularly, individuals experiencing problems as a result of family conflicts and the breakup of the household through prevention, education, and early intervention.
Goals of Archiving:
- Build public awareness and create a moral force in the society to stand by children and protect their rights.
- Create a dialogue between professionals, thinkers, and youth and to stimulate the formation of innovative multidisciplinary solutions to local problems faced by children, to establishing a sustainable child-rights’ based action plan that includes effective mechanisms for implementation and monitoring.
The following focus objectives are:
- Inform and educate the public.
- Influence State and national policies.
- Inspire and seek an ongoing commitment among policy makers. Protect the rights of children and women.
- Promote actions that ensure the well-being of children and females.
Please note that these reports hosted would be like a pool and worked as a resource for Child Rights campaigners, researchers, and other interested parties