Defense for Children International - Palestine


General Information


Type of Organization:

Local NGO

Acronym:

DCIP

Governorate:

Nablus (Branch Office)

Establishment Year:

1991

Address:

Al Samra Neighborhood / Al-Najah University Road - Hay Al Samra - Behind the customs officer

Telephone:

09-2371011

Website:

www.dcips.org

Fax:

09-2371012

E-mail:

media@dcips.org

Person in Charge

Name:

samer ajaj

Position:

Director of the North Office

Telephone:

09-2371011

Mobile:

0599111751

E-mail:

samer.ajaj@dcips.org

Staff:

Social Worker (1)

Mission & Goals


Mission:

The movement seeks to defend children and protect their rights based on the International Convention on the Rights of the Child and international human rights law. The movement works to establish and develop various programs that focus on the legal and legal support for children and work with children to empower them and activate their participation in all issues affecting Their rights in the Palestinian society, and working with grass-roots institutions to create a protective environment for children.
Based on its monitoring and documentation of violations of the rights of children in Palestine, and in its efforts to clarify violations of their rights, the Movement is organizing comprehensive awareness and advocacy activities, in cooperation with local and international institutions concerned with children, in order to raise awareness and awareness of the rights of children. .


Goals:

DCI aims to:

Serious and ongoing monitoring and documentation of child rights violations in Palestine.
Represent children in courts and defend their violated rights.
Providing legal counseling and services to children and families in need to protect the rights of their children.
Organize awareness and education campaigns on the rights of children.
Defending the rights of children within the Palestinian society at all levels.
Work to empower children and activate their participation in social life and decision-making.
Follow-up Palestinian legislation relating to the category of children, and submit proposals and recommendations to the Legislative Council on the harmonization of such legislation with international and regional standards for children.
Proposing national policies and plans in the field of childhood and presenting them as recommendations and proposals to decision-makers for adoption in national policies and planning, and lobbying for policies that protect and care for children and take into account the best interests of the child.

Target Groups


ChildrenFamilies

Activities / Interventions


Information dissemination to the community at large
Information on the current situation, relief efforts or available services
Messages on positive coping
Facilitation of conditions for community local
Support for emergency relief that is initiated by the community
Strengthening of community and family support
Support for social support activities that are initiated by the community
Strengthening of parenting/family supports
Facilitation of community supports to vulnerable persons
Structured recreational or creative activities
Psychosocial support in education
Psychosocial support to student teachers
psychosocial work
Psychological first aid (PFA)
Lining vulnerable individuals/families to resources
Psychological intervention & Clinical management
Basic counselling for individuals
Basic counselling families
Basic counselling for groups
General activities to support MHPSS
Psychosocial support for staff / volunteers
Advocacy
Research

Time of implementation:

Morning

Place of implementation:

CenterHomeSchoolCommunity

Geographical Distribution of the Services / Activities:

CityVillageCampBedouins

Cost of the services provided:

Free

Mental and Behavioral Disorders


Neurotic, stress-related and somatoform disorders
Emergency

Training


Research


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