European Federation for Street Children (EFSC)
1995-10 Amsterdam Netherlands
Constitution adopted at constitutional conference, 28-29 Apr 1997, Brussels (Belgium). Statutes most recently modified, 15 Mar 2003. No activities reported since 2011.
Improve the lives and opportunities of street children by recognizing their social and economic context and challenging their exclusion and the causes of the phenomenon; raise political awareness within and with EU institutions in the field of excluded children with particular focus on street children; intensify informed political debate, in particular at European level, and have the issue of such children integrated into mainstream social and economic policy making; raise public awareness and mobilize public opinion on this issue; promote applied research and exchange of knowledge and experience acting as a broker for affiliated persons and institutions; inform and assist European governments and NGOs on EU policies, strategies, practices and developments in this field; improve the quality of life and the living conditions of such children.
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