Child Friendly City

A child friendly city is a local community where children under the age of 18 can make their voices heard and their opinions reflected.

This is a project for autonomous body (local government) to improve living conditions for children with its own authority.

We plan to build child friendly local infrastructure in accordance with the Child Friendly City standards of UNICEF, and to ensure that every child can enjoy their rights by implementing the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, so that we can create the best local community for every member as well as children.

Please join us to protect the rights of children.

Main Business Projects in 2016

Establishment of ordinances for building a child friendly city

We will establish ordinances and rules, and will develop strategies to uphold the rights of children based on the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child to provide children with a variety of protection and support for their living and development.

Child Impact Assessment and Survey

We will put the interests of children first over anything when making decisions that affect children based on a child survey.

Measures for Child Safety

We will develop and implement policies for children to grow and feel protected in a safe environment. We will provide them with various opportunities to take part in social activities according to their abilities so that they can grow up as a responsible child and throughout their adolescence, and to express their opinions on what affects their lives.

And we will listen to their voices with the utmost interest and consideration.

Respect for the rights of children and conducting PR campaigns.

We will establish a system to spread culture where the rights of children are respected, to conduct public campaigns, and to further protect the rights of children.

  • The right to life- the right to enjoying a decent life as a human for survival, healthy development and growth.
  • The right to protection-the right to being protected from negligence, abuse, violence, and other hazards. The right not to be discriminated.
  • The right to development- the right to enjoy rights, education, cultural life and leisure that are necessary to fulfill one's potential.
  • The right to participation – the right to participating in a decision-making process.