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Children's rights organisations jointly demand Post 2020 EU Budget to work for children

In one week, the EU Commission will release its communication on the post 2020 EU budget. How can the future EU budget help to realise the rights of children?

Children’s rights organisations, working with and for children, have come together to present their recommendations to protect two of the most vulnerable groups of children – children in migration and children at risk of, or living in, poverty. 

The EU Multiannual Financial Framework is an important vehicle for the EU to deliver on its commitment to leave no child behind, as stated in the SDGs. Read the joint recommendations demanding concrete action to make the future EUBudget work for the most vulnerable children. 

Read the two joint statements below, comment and share it online #EU4Children




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