The National Commission for the Promotion of Rights and Protection of Children and Youth (CNPDPCJ) is the entity that contributes to the planning of State intervention in the promotion of rights and protection of children and youth, as well as to the coordination, monitoring and evaluation of action of public bodies and the community.
The “Portuguese Institute of Sport and Youth” has as its mission the execution of an integrated and decentralized policy for the areas of sport and youth, in close collaboration with public and private entities.
MILObs defines itself as an Observatory on Media, Information and Literacy that monitors and disseminates what is done in the field of Education for the Media, in Portugal and abroad, while promoting Media Literacy among different sectors of society.
Created in 1979, the Portuguese Committee for UNICEF is a non-governmental organization with the Statute of Public Utility Association. The Portuguese Committee for UNICEF’s mission is to promote and defend the rights of children, sensitizing the public and policy makers about the Rights of the Child and in particular for the most disadvantaged and vulnerable children who continue to live in poverty, in situations from conflict or disaster, to suffering from abuse or exploitation, do not fall by the wayside.
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