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Mongolia and Children and young people

  • Capital: Ulan Bator
  • Population: 3086918
  • Size: 1565000.0 Km2

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The BLDS children & young people collection
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Examples of emerging good practices in combatting child domestic labour in East Asia
A. Matsuno; J. Blagbrough / International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour 2006
This report explores the recent situation of child domestic labour in the South-East and East Asia and the actions that are being taken to combat it in the region. Part I of the report provides an overview of child domestic lab...
Access to education in Mongolia for children
Childhood Poverty Research and Policy Centre 2005
This paper summarises the findings of research on migration and children's access to education in Mongolia. The study examined children and their families in urban areas of high in-migration and rural areas of high out-migration, and ...
Evaluating donors contribution to tackling child poverty in Mongolia and Kyrgyzstan
R. Marcus; J. Marshall / Childhood Poverty Research and Policy Centre 2003
This report examines how donors approach poverty among children and young people in Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia. Both the scale and nature of childhood poverty, and the significance of aid for poverty reduction in Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia,...
Introduction to children's participation in HIV/AIDS programming
K. Harrison / International HIV/AIDS Alliance 2002
This short article considers why children's participation is important in HIV/AIDS programming, the challenges that come with it and how it works in practice. The article argues that participation in decision making is inherent...
What gender-related issues have emerged as a result of transition in Mongolia?
B. Robinson; A. Solongo / School of Continuing Education, University of Nottingham 2000
This article asks two questions in relation to the abrupt political and economic transitions in Mongolia: Firstly, why does gender matter in economics? Secondly, what gender-related issues have emerged as a result of transition in Mon...
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