Realising Rights?

The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in Court

| CRIN | 2018

Realising Rights?

During the 28 years since the Convention on the Rights of the Child entered into force, it has become the world’s most ratified human rights treaty and a powerful tool for advancing children’s rights. The Convention is the canonical statement of children’s rights, but it is also an enforceable legal instrument being applied around the world to protect children’s rights.

CRIN launched the CRC in Court case law database in 2009 to highlight important court decisions that quote and discuss the Convention. Since then, the database has grown to include more than 350 cases from over 100 countries.

This report draws out the ways the CRC has been used around the world to challenge abuses of children’s rights, but also where it has been misunderstood and misapplied by national courts. It addresses the use of the Convention in general, and features more detailed analysis of three of the most cited rights under the Convention and the divergent ways they have been applied and interpreted. (...)

 

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English
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32
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CRIN

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