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Children's Right
No child under the age of 13 is eligible("able"), qualify or liable to use this site.
The significance of children’s rights
There are many reasons for singling out children's rights in a separate way in which human rights is usually done:
Child as a single human being
It is untrue that children are in the state of control by their parents or a straightforward people in the process of being made; they have equal status as members of the human family.
Children start life as absolutely dependent
beings
Children must depend on adults for the help and information they require to grow towards independence. Such development is perfectly equipped from a person who is fully grown in children's families, but when primary a person who is fully grown is a family member or paid helper who regularly looks after a child or a sick, elderly, or disabled person cannot meet children's needs, it is up to the State as the main duty bearer to find an alternative in the best interests of the child.
The measures, or lack of measures of government influence children more strongly than any other category in the public
Almost every sector of government policy – from education to public health – alter children to some extent. Unclear policymaking that neglects to take children into account has a antipathetic effect on the future of all categories of the public.
Children's perspective should be heard and examine in the political proceeding
Children normally do not vote and do not typically take part in political proceedings.
Without specific surveillance to the minds of children – as expressed at home and in schools, in local communities and even in governments – children's perspectives go unheard on the many important issues that affect them now or will affect them in the future.
Many changes in public are having a disproportionate, and often negative, impact on children
Transformation of the family structure, globalization, climate change, digitalization, mass migration, shifting employment patterns and a shrinking social welfare net in many countries all have strong impacts on children. The impact of these changes can be particularly devastating in situations of armed conflict and other emergencies.
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Last updated; 3rd February, 2021 12:21PM