The children who are members of the Children's Council
adjunct to the Human Rights Defender were included in the delegation headed by
Anahit Manasyan to Geneva.
"I consider our visit to the United Nations and its
format to be an extremely important achievement. In contrast to other visits,
this time the delegation headed by me to Geneva included children who are
members of the Children's Rights Council adjunct to the Human Rights Defender.
Their role in the visit was of utmost importance," stated the Defender
Anahit Manasyan during her visit to Geneva.
The Defender emphasized that within the framework of the
Children's Rights Committee of the UN, the children themselves spoke about
various issues related to the field.
"I was proud to see their quality and meaningful
participation in the relevant discussion and session. I am also proud because,
as a result of multilateral work, we managed to create a wonderful environment.
Tolerance towards each other, regardless of the peculiarities we all have, is a
key idea and goal in the context of our work in this field as well. Both the
council and the delegation were formed with the principle of ensuring the
representation of all groups. I feel very proud to see the care, support and
tolerance that the children of the council show towards each other, spreading
these ideas in the general environment as well" stated the Defender.
Anahit Manasyan considers the high-quality participation
of the children of the board within the framework of the Children's Rights
Committee of the UN to be a very serious achievement.
"This is the result of extremely serious work and is
becoming a reality thanks to the work of dedicated people. This area is one of
my priorities and I am committed to strengthening and improving our work in
this area, including by finding new and interesting solutions" added the