The Banbury Children Foundation
The Banbury Children Foundation advances human rights for children through of improved legislation, we promote to research with third-party specialists, academics and lawyers. We are undertaking a number of campaigns focusing upon the resolve of a number of current social issues and larger human rights violations. We are building a new network of people that will speak outwardly against of trafficking and slavery improving morals and ethics. The Banbury Children Foundation is held contact with Members of the European Parliament that represent the Twenty Eight member states and we are exchanging information with the United Nations.
Head of Policy, Mr. Tobias Yeats BSc BA BArch RIBA.
He managed at a £2.0bn portfolio of products as a global real estate developer. He is a Chartered Architect with The Royal Institute of British Architects. He authored a banned British book changing social dialogue in the UK and through of other countries.
Purposes and Objects
The country and region that we are to achieve this is: England, Wales and Scotland. The Commonwealth, America and European Union countries.
Purposes; our purposes are only charitable, our work is always for the good of the public and beneficial to the community. Through of improved legislation we are advancing human rights for children through of each of our campaigns and the children that live to our communities benefit from this.
These are the body of rights that the charity seeks to promote:
• European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR)
• Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)
These are widely accepted.
• Monitoring abuses of human rights
The charity concerned with promoting human rights may engage in monitoring and reporting breaches of a country’s human rights obligations, through of domestic legislation and international standards. We are exchanging information with the United Nations and a number of large charities as part of a number of our charitable campaigns to advance human right for children, the exchange of information relates to child trafficking and breaches of these declarations to include; European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).
• Research into human rights issues
Human rights are an appropriate subject for research. We are promoting and commissioning research into human rights, adding to the store of human knowledge.
• Educating the public about human rights
Human right is an established subject of study in schools and colleges. As a human rights charity we will education in human rights through support for such studies or through less formal types of education.