The future of children’s rights – in whose hands? The latest global news on children’s rights, this week featuring the right to vote, violation of child rights pdf health, violence and censorship in schools. As NGOs, how often do we question whether what we’re doing is what we ought to be doing?
In other words, is our work needed and necessary? Here are CRIN’s thoughts on this question. CRIN has released a statement on the Annual Day on the Rights of the Child on “Protecting the rights of the child in humanitarian situations”. A new report that looks at the ways the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child has influenced courts around the world in their treatment of cases concerning abuses of children’s rights. In March 2017, Kuwait abolished the death penalty and life imprisonment for offences committed while under the age of 18. Status offences criminalise actions for only certain groups of people, most commonly because of their religion, sexuality or age.
This new CRIN report examines how these offences affect children and the new forms they are taking. Find analysis of how children can access justice in every country. Sign up to our massive global network of activists working in children’s rights in every country. Find and share resources to gain knowledge and expertise on children’s rights. Children are suffering violations of their rights every day.