Implementation

Applying Rights for Children is a website inspired by the concept of rights-based approaches (RBA) implying that charity is not enough, and that all efforts, plans, policies and processes should be based on rights and corresponding obligations established by international law.

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The documents section brings you a collection of key publications on rights-based programming. The most recent postings are here. Enter this area for a full listing.

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Guidelines for Reporting to the Committee on the Rights of the Child [Arabic]
4.12.2013
MONITORING: Human Rights Indicators at Programme and Project Level - Guidelines
4.12.2013
The objective of this manual is to provide human rights workers with a set of tools by which to plan, monitor and evaluate human rights projects.
NGOs: Reporting on Violence Against Children
4.12.2013
A thematic guide for non-governmental organisations reporting to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.

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Information

This section presents information on events, announcements, links and CRINMAILs.

GLOBAL: Children's Rights Wiki
30.9.2011
CRIN has launched a "Children's Rights Wiki" to bring together all information about children's rights in one place.
ZAMBIA: Detention facilities for juveniles inadequate, says judge Kabuka
13.9.2011
High Court judge-in-charge Jane Kabuka says the history of the country's administration of the criminal justice system concerning children falls short of addressing their best interests.
COMPLAINTS MECHANISM: Human Rights Council adopts CRC complaints mechanism
18.8.2011
The UN Human Rights Council has adopted the final draft Optional Protocol on a communications procedure for children’s rights violations crafted by an intergovernmental working group over ten days in December 2010 and February 2011. The new protocol will enable the Committee on the Rights of the Child to examine communications from children and their representatives alleging violations of their rights.

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