A global movement to defend the rights of all street-connected children

CSC Annual Conference 2018 – Equality and Inclusion



Thank you to everyone who joined us in person and remotely for our annual conference last month on Equality and Inclusion for Street Children. We’re now really excited to share this video with you that showcases some of the highlights from the day and hears different participant’s perspectives on what equality and inclusion means to them.

"When we talk about street children - the most vulnerable children on the planet - equality and inclusion for me means that they matter as much to everybody else as my own children matter to me."
Caroline Ford (CSC Chief Executive)

Who We Are?

Consortium for Street Children (CSC) is a growing global network of 100+ organizations, researchers and practitioners across 135 countries. We unite to make the voices and views of street-connected children heard on the issues that matter to them, and work tirelessly to protect their human rights.

The Convention on the Rights of the Child outlines the human rights all governments are obligated to protect for all children. However, street-connected children are often denied access to these.

What would you like to view?

Join us in changing the world for each and every street-connected child.

This seems like a daunting task, but everyone can do something to make equality for street-connected children a reality.