DCI's Resource Centre is unique and serves as a central collecting point of information published worldwide on children's rights issues. The collection is vast, covering issues such as adoption, child soldiers, sexual exploitation, child labour, street children, child abuse and juvenile justice.
DCI's Resource Centre was created as a means of raising awareness about children's rights at the international level. Since its inception in 1987, the collection has grown to a total of over 18,000 individually indexed items. It is accessible to the general public and often used by researchers.
The collection is multilingual and composed of articles, case studies and reports from journals and serial publications, monographs, magazines, newsletters, newspaper clippings, books and official documents (UN system and individual governments).
The Resource Centre is located in DCI’s International Secretariat office:
1 rue de Varembé
1211 Geneva 20
Tel.: (+41 22) 734 0558
Fax: (+41 22) 740 1145.
Open to the public:
Monday to Friday
9:00 to 12:00
To arrange a visit to the Resource Centre or request information on a particular topic, please contact:
Ms Camille Kryspin
Coordinator of Resource Centre
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