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Emily Yiolitis Appointed Senior Advisory Member of ‘Hope for Children’

Emily Yiolitis Appointed Senior Advisory Member of ‘Hope for Children’

Emily Yiolitis has been appointed by the Director-General of the International, Humanitarian and Independent Institution of “Hope For Children” CRC Policy Center Joseph Varughese, as a Senior Advisory Member.

Emily Yiolitis as a Senior Advisory Member will work to raise awareness of relevant issues and their impact upon children, youth and family; inform and influence relevant policy makers, at both national and European level, about the impact of their policies and practices upon children and youth; enhance the skills and knowledge base of relevant practitioners and inform the development and delivery of direct services in regard to both the protection and wellbeing needs of children, youth and family; listen to, empower and involve children and youth in the development of the programme’s work. Ms Yiolitis has not only the professional experience but also the knowledge to execute the above mentioned successfully, with responsibility and enthusiasm.

"Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center congratulates Ms Yiolitis for this position and we are confident that Ms Yolitis will continue to work hard towards the protection and promotion of children’s rights. In particular she said “Children are the present and the future and for this reason I am very happy to be part of the “Hope For Children” CRC Policy Center team. I am ready to make the most of my potential for the purposes of the Organisation. Ms Yiolitis congratulated the staff of the Organization for their continued success over the last 10 years. Finally, Mr. Varughese said: it is a great pleasure and honour to have someone like Ms Yiolitis joining “Hope For Children” CRC Policy Center’s Senior Advisory Board.

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