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If you want to know more about child rights and the situation of children in the Philippines from experts in government and private sector, join us in our REAL SPACE forum at ASTORIA PLAZA HOTEL. Free entrance, but LIMITED SLOTS AVAILABLE. Join us!

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We have limited slots and are filling up the spots until November 20, Sunday. Give us your full name and contact details such as your mobile phone number and email. We will send you a confirmation message once you get the spot.

Para Sa Mga Bata:
SOCIAL MEDIA VS CHILD ABUSE: An Online & Real Space FORUM

Empowering Citizens To Protect Children
November 26, 2011 • 8:00am – 5:00pm

TOPICS:
• Social Media and Citizens’ Participation
• Child Rights
• Children’s Participation in Media
• Child Abuse, Child Pornography, Child Labor and Child Trafficking
• Positive Discipline, Bullying and Children in Conflict with the Law

Two ways to join!
(a) Be part of the ONLINE discussion
(b) Take part in the REAL SPACE Forum at Astoria Plaza.
Limited slots only! Make your reservation now!

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