The State of Young Lives
In the history of childhood discourse, United Nations Convention on the Right of Children (UNCRC), 1989, is regarded as a momentous declaration. It became the landmark of children’s rights in which international agencies, academics, policymakers and practitioners focused their attention on the pressing issues of children and improvement of their quality of life and well-being. The convention recognized children’s rights in concrete way — from survival to development, including protection from violence and discrimination, provision to education, health and leisure and participation in important aspects of social life. It also acknowledged children’s civic and political rights, freedom of expression and the right to seek information.
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