Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Centre (CWIN-Nepal) is a pioneer child rights organization in Nepal. It was established in 1987 by a group of university students as a movement which brought a fresh approach to social work, defying the convention of charity and heralding a new concept of rights, empowerment and activism. CWIN works for the advocacy, protection and promotion of the rights of the child through lobbying, campaigning, developing social consciousness and different integrated community development programs. It also directly works with children at risk that is in need of rescue, support, socialization, education, empowerment and social reintegration. CWIN is a voice for children. In order to translate the CWIN conception of working “for children, with children” into action, priority is given to promoting and ensuring children’s rights to participation.