International Day for Street Children 2013 is just around the corner and this year Consortium for Street Children will be asking its supporters, decision makers, opinion formers and the wider public to 'Demand a Day'.
Following on from our last project report, we want International Day for Street Children to become a designated day at the United Nations, meaning more support, awareness, and action for street children around the world.
We can't do this alone, and our network members of over 80 organisations working with street children, and the public play a huge part in helping us to achieve our aim. So along with our ask for everyone supporting this year's event to 'Demand a day', we're promoting the idea that although the process behind getting a day official recognised by the UN is a long and often complex process, it's one that 'starts with you'
We want to make the voices of every one of our supporters, members and stakeholders heard, joining together as a unified demand for the 12th April to be recognised as International Day for Street Children.
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