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  • Nelson Jones - Researcher at CRC | CNLU Patna

    Nelson Jones Researcher Nelson Jones is an activist within the movement to end human trafficking. Following a sex career and trafficking attempt, he chose to refocus his energies into promoting awareness against the epidemic. He began his efforts homeless, distributing flyers across his home state of North Carolina. In 2020, Nelson launched Trafficking Insights, where he conducts seminars, holds interviews with survivors and those who help them exit the lifestyle, sells merchandise, and more. Nelson is a former volunteer for Shield NC and currently assists Shannon Speaks as an outreach director. He intends to obtain a human trafficking prevention certification from the University of Florida in the near future. www.facebook.com/TraffickingInsights https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ1QANKDv6yDAkMqWCHk0-w

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    What's New View All Our Events No posts published in this language yet Stay tuned... Our Team @ CRC Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Mridula Mishra Vice-chancellor, Chanakya National Law University, Patna Mr. Manoranjan Prasad Srivastava Registrar, Chanakya National Law University, Patna Dr. Aman Kumar Centre Coordinator, Child Rights Centre, CNLU View Team Message on "World Day Against Trafficking in Persons" The Child Rights Centre, CNLU Patna in association with CCARHT Cambridge , spread the video message on the eve of World Day Against Trafficking in Person to stand with survivors and focussing more on research for eradication of Human Trafficking INTERNS TESTIMONIALS “This is my first internship and I have never experience anything like it. This internship in the Child Rights Center has been a wonderful experience. I got to research and learn about the child education system in Bihar, I got to understand the different types of crimes against children in Bihar, I got to research and learn about gender-based violence in the state of Bihar. All of these have motivated me to work on the same matters and problems in my state, which is one of the things I never thought I would do. I got to read a lot of newspaper which I never did before and It has grown on me. Child Right Center has been wonderful and they gave me this opportunity and guided me to achieve my research and help me understand different social problems. I can’t thank CRC enough. Thank you, CRC, for this wonderful opportunity!” — ANKUR DATTA, Bennett University, Greater Noida, Blog Posts No posts published in this language yet Stay tuned... Read All Posts

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  • About Us - CRC | CNLU Patna

    About Us The Child Rights Centre (CRC) of the Chanakya National Law University, Patna seeks to collaborate with UNICEF in facilitating, galvanizing and collaborating for a sustained dialogue, interaction sensitization of Legislators on child rights issues. The Child Rights Centre is proposed to be a specialized research centre of the Chanakya National Law University, Patna to be run in assistance with the UNICEF . ​ ​ The Centre’s mission is to engage with child rights from multidisciplinary perspective and to provide integrated technical support to different layers of institutional governance in local, state and national level for the protection of child rights through Knowledge Management, Human Resource Development and System Strengthening. To this end, the Centre seeks to facilitate research support and logistical back-up to the statutory processes concerning protection of children and provide complementary support to different stakeholders involved in the child rights paradigm. In addition, it seeks to aid institutionalization of best practices through research, collaborations, training, review, policy suggestions, field research, improving thereby, and access to justice for children and promoting research, advanced learning and advocacy and community action to strengthen child rights laws, policies and practices in Bihar and India. The objective of the Child Rights Centre is to engage with Child Rights from multidisciplinary perspective, and among other things, to lobby with state and civil society to enable realization of child rights provided for under progressive laws in India and to contribute to policy, law and practice that will enable compliance with the constitution, CRC, SDGs and other normative frameworks. ​

  • Dr. Jennifer Dustow - Researcher at CRC | CNLU, Patna

    Dr. JENNIFER DUSTOW Researcher Dr. Jennifer Dustow has focused on helping others since 2000. Whether as a counselor at Ho`okupono Adolescent Day Treatment Program working with students medically classified with attention deficient hyperactive disorder (ADHD), or as a volunteer for the Suicide & Crisis Center communicating direct steps to remove an individual from a potentially deadly consequence, Dustow has found helping others in need makes her heart sing. ​ Equipped with a Doctoral of Education – Educational Leadership from Argosy University, she is now intently focused on mainstreaming children suffering from autism into productive educational situations. Also a certified cognitive-behavioral learning specialist, Dustow has spent the last five years working one on one with children diagnosed under the Autism Spectrum. ​ As owner of Cornerstone Educational Preschool, she directs the preschool’s programs targeting children with autism. Dustow also holds a Master of Arts in Organizational Management, Bachelor of Science in Human Services with a focus on child development and family counseling. ​ “It’s critical to work with children with autism between the ages of three and five, before the behavior has taken root in the child, potentially affecting both the child and family permanently,” said Dr. Dustow. “Our program addresses the three areas of development affected by autism: communication, social interaction, and creative or imaginative play.” ​ Conducting the largest and only study of its kind, her work – “Bilateral Exercises that Cross the Midline Decrease Off Task Behavior in Preschool Special Needs Children on the Island of O‘ahu” (Pilot Research Project for Dissertation Topic) – was published by the Brain Gym International (Journal, March 2007, Volume XXI, Number 1) The Educational Kinesiology Foundation in March 2007. Dr. Dustow is also the author of “Groundbreaking Research in the Field of Autism”. ​ Already adept at applying child centered learning successfully with preschool and school aged children, most of which are now enrolled in some of the most prestigious private schools in Hawai‘i, Dustow hopes to open additional classrooms throughout Hawai‘i to address and overcome the special learning needs of children with autism. drjenniferdustow.com

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  • Careers - CRC | CNLU Patna

    Career Opportunity & Experience @ CRC Currently, Child Rights Centre is not accepting interns. The next Internship will start in February, 2022. The application will open tentatively on December 15, 2021 and close on Januray 15, 2022. Due to the Covid-19 protocol, currently, CRC, CNLU provides virtual (work from home) internships only. Student Internship Programme @ CRC ​ BACKGROUND The Child Rights Centre (CRC) is a specialised research centre of the Chanakya National Law University, Patna, which is running in assistance with UNICEF since November 2018. The Centre's mission is to engage with child rights from a multi-disciplinary perspective and provide integrated technical support to different layers of institutional governance at local, state and national levels to protect child rights through Knowledge Management, Human Resource Development and System Strengthening. To this end, the Centre facilitate research support to different stakeholders involved in the child rights paradigm. In addition, it seeks to aid institutionalisation of best practices through research, collaboration, training, review, policy suggestions, field research, improving thereby, and access to justice for children and promoting research, advanced learning and advocacy and community action to strengthen child rights laws, policies and practices in Bihar and India. GOAL The goal of the CRC Student Internship Program is to supplement the CRC, CNLU mission of furthering the professional growth of those engaged in the protection of Child Rights in various fields. PURPOSE The purpose of the Child Rights Centre Student Internship Program is to provide students with an opportunity to gain workplace skills and learn more about the rights of the children. This is also an opportunity for Child Rights Centre to contribute to the local community by distributing education about children's rights. ​ INTERNSHIP REQUIREMENTS Students must meet the following requirements (mentioned in Table): ​ DOWNLOAD CRC SIP RULES HERE . Contact For more details, keep visiting our website www.crccnlu.org or email to crccnlu@gmail.com . Select Position arrow&v Submit Thanks for submitting! We'll be in touch with you shortly.