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Child Rights
Introduction
• My child, your child, their child but never
OUR Child
• Attitude of the people
• 20th century – Century of ...
UN Convention
• Convention on rights of the child was called
for in 1978
• 1979 was the International year of the child
• ...
• 54 articles of the convention can be divided in
to three main parts
• The Key Principles
• Specific Rights
• Ways in whi...
The Key Principles
• Right to Survival and Development
• Respect for the best interest of the child as a
primary considera...
Specific Rights
• Definition of child – less than 18 years age
(unless the country legal law has it lower)
• Civil rights ...
• Family and Environment
• Alternative care – right to live with the
parents, to be reunited with the parents.
• Basic hea...
Child Rights
• The 54 articles can be broadly grouped under
four heads…
•Right to Survival
•Right to Development
•Right to...
Right to Survival
• Right to be born
• Right to family Environment
• Adoption
• Foster care
• Alternative forms of care
Right to Development
• Right to Education
– All the children up to age of 14 – compulsory free
education or up to 8th std ...
• Right to health care
• Protection and care
– Migrant Children
– Trafficking Children
– Street Children
• Special Childre...
Right to Protection
• Protection from…
•Sexual Abuse
•Physical Abuse
•Emotional Abuse
Right to Participation
• Has the right to participate in his/her future
• Best interest of the child
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  1. 1. Child Rights
  2. 2. Introduction • My child, your child, their child but never OUR Child • Attitude of the people • 20th century – Century of the Child • Sanskrit poetry – children are referred as Jewels of Home • The problems of children are many…
  3. 3. UN Convention • Convention on rights of the child was called for in 1978 • 1979 was the International year of the child • Took ten years to consolidate • UN General Assembly accepted it on 20th november 1989. • Became international law by 2nd september 1990
  4. 4. • 54 articles of the convention can be divided in to three main parts • The Key Principles • Specific Rights • Ways in which these rights will be monitored
  5. 5. The Key Principles • Right to Survival and Development • Respect for the best interest of the child as a primary consideration • The right of the child to express it’s views freely in all matters affecting them • The rights of the children to enjoy all rights of the convention without discrimination of any kind
  6. 6. Specific Rights • Definition of child – less than 18 years age (unless the country legal law has it lower) • Civil rights and freedom, including the right to a name and nationality, to freedom of expression, thought and association, to access to information and the right not to be subjected to torture
  7. 7. • Family and Environment • Alternative care – right to live with the parents, to be reunited with the parents. • Basic health and welfare – disabled children • Education and cultural activities • Right to play, leisure and participation in cultural life and the arts.
  8. 8. Child Rights • The 54 articles can be broadly grouped under four heads… •Right to Survival •Right to Development •Right to Protection •Right to Participation
  9. 9. Right to Survival • Right to be born
  10. 10. • Right to family Environment • Adoption • Foster care • Alternative forms of care
  11. 11. Right to Development • Right to Education – All the children up to age of 14 – compulsory free education or up to 8th std (SSA) – Prohibition of child labour
  12. 12. • Right to health care • Protection and care – Migrant Children – Trafficking Children – Street Children • Special Children – with disabilities (physical, mental,..)
  13. 13. Right to Protection • Protection from… •Sexual Abuse •Physical Abuse •Emotional Abuse
  14. 14. Right to Participation • Has the right to participate in his/her future • Best interest of the child
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