CRED-PRO is devoted to developing and providing educational programs on the human rights of children to professionals.
Welcome to CRED-PRO, the site where you will find a wealth of information on Child Rights Education for Professionals. We are active in FOUR Regions, ELEVEN countries, and GROWING!
CRED-PRO is intended to foster a critical mass of respect for children, their needs, their rights and their best interests among and through professionals who, by virtue of their expertise, leadership and acknowledged value, influence the lives of children, their families, and communities.
CRED-PRO is an international program of the International Institute for Child Rights and Development. Programs are active in Latin America, South/Central Eastern Europe, South Africa, Tanzania and Canada. New programs are in the planning and development stages in Southeast Asia and Europe.
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Invitamos a nuestros visitantes de América Latina a ver las Páginas en español y el grupo del Cono Sur!
When you sign up to join CRED-PRO, we need to have your work email and place of employment or study. When we receive your request, we will go online to see if you really exist. Due to the endless amount of spam we receive, we won't be able to approve your membership unless you provide all information requested. Many thanks for your cooperation!
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