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Children's Rights
CHILDREN’S RIGHTS Table of Contents. The growth of children’s rights as reflected in international and transnational law has transformed the post-war legal landscape.


A simplified version of the
a child. Children whose parents have separated. have the right to stay in contact with both. Article Children have the right to relax, play and to join in a wide range of leisure activities.


Convention on the Rights of the Child
An introduction to the Convention on the Rights of the Child. © UNICEF/NYHQ2012-1397/Brian Some grown-ups realised what children had been saying all along: children have special rights that...


United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child
‘Implementing Child Rights in Early Childhood’. D. Child Rights and Their Implementation in Various Regions Bulu Sareen: The status of the young child in India Government of Venezuela...


RIGHTS OF | The end of childhood
Independent human rights institutions for children. International cooperation. Definition of “family”. Child as a subject of rights and evolving capacity. Preparation for parenthood.


Children’s rights in
Children’s rights in policies and codes of conduct. A tool for companies. UNICEF www.unicef.org/csr in collaboration with Save the Children www.savethechildren.org.


Child rights
Child rights. Subjects: Civics and Citizenship, Society and Environment (all). Level In addition to the rights in the UDHR, children have supplementary rights that recognise those things that they need...


Children’s Rights
Children’s rights are written down in an agreement called the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The Australian Government has promised to make sure all children and young people get these things.


Supporting young
Supporting young children’s rights: Statement of intent (2015–2018) assists ECA and its members to be clear and credible advocates in campaigning for the rights and wellbeing of young children (ECA...


Promoting the Rights of Children with Disabilities
Innocenti Digest No. 13. Promoting the Rights of Children with Disabilities 1. The opinions expressed are those of the authors and editors and do not necessarily reflect the policies or views of UNICEF.