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CRY campaigns "Icchedana" for implementation of Right to Education (RTE)

Volunteers of CRY (Child Rights and You) on Monday (July 9, 2012) organised 'Icchedana', a day-long interactive programme that aims at encouraging students in voicing their opinion and expectations on the implementation of Right to Education (RTE) Act in the heart of Kolkata. The event focuses on amplifying children's voices on various issues related to education. Through this event the volunteers try to make children and concerned stakeholders more aware of every child's right to education, and appeal to the civil society to play a proactive role in the envisioned change.

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