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publication TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO: National Laws
General overview of Trinidad and Tobago's national legal provisions on children's rights, including guidance on how to conduct further research.
25/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO: Children's Ombudsperson
Information about institutions in Trinidad and Tobago that monitor children's rights.
25/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication LUXEMBOURG: National Laws
General overview of Luxembourg's national legal provisions on children's rights, including guidance on how to conduct further research.
15/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
news TRANSPARENCY: UN Human Rights Council elections
Fourteen new States were elected to the UN's main human rights monitoring body this week. We take a look at some of the big one's children's rights records.
14/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
news World’s first children’s ombudsperson dies, aged 76
The world’s first ombudsperson for children, Målfrid Grude Flekkøy, died aged 76 on 2 November, leaving behind an important institution and legacy for children’s rights.
14/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication UNITED KINGDOM: Persistent violations of children's rights
The violations highlighted are those issues raised with the State by more than one international human rights mechanism. This is done with the intention of identifying children's rights which have been repeatedly violated, as well as gaps in the issues covered by NGOs in their alternative reports to the various human rights monitoring bodies. These violations are listed in no particular order.

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13/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication FRANCE: Persistent violations of children's rights
The violations highlighted are those issues raised with the State by more than one international mechanism. This is done with the intention of identifying children's rights which have been repeatedly violated, as well as gaps in the issues covered by NGOs in their alternative reports to the various human rights monitoring bodies. These violations are listed in no particular order.
13/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication CHINA: Children's rights in International Labour Organisation reports
This report summarises individual observations and direct requests issued by the ILO Committee of Experts related to child labour conventions. To view the full reports, go to the NORMLEX database (http://www.ilo.org/dyn/normlex/en) and click on ‘display all documents related to a specific country’.
12/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication CHINA: Persistent violations of children's rights
The violations highlighted are those issues raised with the State by more than one international mechanism. This is done with the intention of identifying children's rights which have been repeatedly violated, as well as gaps in the issues covered by NGOs in their alternative reports to the various human rights monitoring bodies. These violations are listed in no particular order.
12/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication RUSSIAN FEDERATION: Persistent violations of children's rights
The violations highlighted are those issues raised with the State by more than one international mechanism. This is done with the intention of identifying children's rights which have been repeatedly violated, as well as gaps in the issues covered by NGOs in their alternative reports to the various human rights monitoring bodies. These violations are listed in no particular order.
11/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication SAUDI ARABIA: Persistent violations of children's rights
The violations highlighted are those issues raised with the State by more than one international mechanism. This is done with the intention of identifying children's rights which have been repeatedly violated, as well as gaps in the issues covered by NGOs in their alternative reports to the various human rights monitoring bodies. These violations are listed in no particular order.
07/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
news TRANSPARENCY: Russia, China and Saudi Arabia among States seeking election to the UN Human Rights Council 06/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication TONGA: Children's Rights in UN Treaty Body Reports
This report extracts mentions of children's rights issues in the reports of all UN Treaty Bodies and their follow-up procedures. This does not include the Concluding Observations of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child which are available here: http://www.crin.org/resources/treaties/index.asp

Please note that the language may have been edited in places for the purpose of clarity.
05/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication BULGARIA: Persistent violations of children's rights
The violations highlighted are those issues raised with the State by more than one international mechanism. This is done with the intention of identifying children's rights which have been repeatedly violated, as well as gaps in the issues covered by NGOs in their alternative reports to the various human rights monitoring bodies. These violations are listed in no particular order.
01/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication SOLOMON ISLANDS: National Laws
General overview of Solomon Islands' national legal provisions on children's rights, including guidance on how to conduct further research.
01/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication SOLOMON ISLANDS: Children's Ombudsperson
Information about institutions in Solomon Islands that monitor children's rights.
01/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication CRINMAIL 18: Русскоязычная версия
CRINMAIL is a monthly newsletter in Russian language. Newsletter provides analysis of issues relating to children's rights and global advocacy efforts, as well as gives digest of news and resources from countries of Eurasia.
01/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication SOMALIA: National Laws
General overview of Somalia's national legal provisions on children's rights, including guidance on how to conduct further research.
01/11/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication FIJI: Persistent violations of children's rights
The violations highlighted are those issues raised with the State by more than one international mechanism. This is done with the intention of identifying children's rights which have been repeatedly violated, as well as gaps in the issues covered by NGOs in their alternative reports to the various human rights monitoring bodies. These violations are listed in no particular order.
31/10/2013 Child Rights International Network
publication GHANA: Persistent violations of children's rights
The violations highlighted are those issues raised with the State by more than one international mechanism. This is done with the intention of identifying children's rights which have been repeatedly violated, as well as gaps in the issues covered by NGOs in their alternative reports to the various human rights monitoring bodies. These violations are listed in no particular order.
31/10/2013 Child Rights International Network
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