ABOUT THE CHILD RIGHTS NETWORK
Child Rights Network (CRN) is the largest alliance of organizations and agencies pushing for children's rights legislation in the Philippines.
Since its formal launch in 2007, CRN has ushered the passage of 7 child rights laws, including the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act of 2007 and the Children in Emergencies Act of 2016.
CRN has a membership of 44 organizations and agencies across Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Learn more about our members.
Child Rights Network (CRN) is pushing for responsive laws and policies that enable children to enjoy their human rights.
For the 17th Congress, Child Rights Network (CRN) has identified 3 legislative priorities:
Child Rights Network (CRN) is also advocating for the passage of the following bills on children’s rights
PROMOTING POSITIVE AND NON-VIOLENT DISCIPLINE OF CHILDREN
SPECIAL PROTECTION OF CHILDREN IN SITUATIONS OF ARMED CONFLICT
ENDING CHILD, EARLY, AND FORCED MARRIAGE
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
HUMAN TRAFFICKING PREVENTIVE EDUCATION
PROMOTING MATERNAL AND INFANT CARE FOR THE FIRST 1000 DAYS