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Status of Child Rights in Nepal
Abstract:
This report is based on the facts acquired by the commission during its investigation and monitoring and is centered on the issues of child rights. Children represent both the present and future of the nation. Without making a delay by waiting for their turn to come tomorrow, it has become essential to protect and promote children from today itself by properly using the resources and the means available in the country.Child Rights sector represents the important dimension of the Human Rights Campaign. The extension objectives of the Human Rights Campaign cannot be achieved without protection promotion of the Child Rights. In this context, the Child Rights are matter of concerning to all. Underlining the need, the General Assembly of United Nations Organization adopted the Convention on the Child Rights (CRC) in 1989.Children are zone of peace. They are an inseparable part of the society. Based on this reality, these days issues related with children are being raise din an institutional manner. According to the Convention on Child Rights, the State has the responsibility of protection, promotion, upkeep and fulfillment of children’s needs. In terms of the expression of commitments, Nepal is positioned far ahead in the international arena. #RIGHTS #CHILDRIGHTS #PROTECTIONOFCHILD
Publisher: UNHRC Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
CHILD RIGHTS, LABOUR LAW, MIGRANT CHILDREN, CHILDREN AND ARMED CONFLICT, CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILDREN, HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, PROMOTE, CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS, METHODOLOGY, RIGHT TO LIFE, RIGHT TO CULTURE, RIGHTS TO DEVELOPMENT, RECOMMENDATIONS , BASIC CONSTITUTIONAL , CIVIL SOCIETY, CONFICT, WISH FULFILLING, EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST, MONITORING AND INVESTIGATION
Thematic Group:
UNHCR, (2008)
Thesaurus:
14.02.02 - Human Rights
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Status of Child Rights in Nepal
Abstract:
This report is based on the facts acquired by the commission during its investigation and monitoring and is centered on the issues of child rights. Children represent both the present and future of the nation. Without making a delay by waiting for their turn to come tomorrow, it has become essential to protect and promote children from today itself by properly using the resources and the means available in the country.Child Rights sector represents the important dimension of the Human Rights Campaign. The extension objectives of the Human Rights Campaign cannot be achieved without protection promotion of the Child Rights. In this context, the Child Rights are matter of concerning to all. Underlining the need, the General Assembly of United Nations Organization adopted the Convention on the Child Rights (CRC) in 1989.Children are zone of peace. They are an inseparable part of the society. Based on this reality, these days issues related with children are being raise din an institutional manner. According to the Convention on Child Rights, the State has the responsibility of protection, promotion, upkeep and fulfillment of children’s needs. In terms of the expression of commitments, Nepal is positioned far ahead in the international arena. #RIGHTS #CHILDRIGHTS #CHILDPROTECTION
Publisher: UNHRC Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
CHILD RIGHTS, LABOUR LAW, MIGRANT CHILDREN, CHILDREN AND ARMED CONFLICT, CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILDREN, HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, PROMOTE, CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS, METHODOLOGY, RIGHT TO LIFE, RIGHT TO CULTURE, RIGHTS TO DEVELOPMENT, RECOMMENDATIONS , BASIC CONSTITUTIONAL , CIVIL SOCIETY, CONFICT, WISH FULFILLING, EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST, MONITORING AND INVESTIGATION
Thematic Group:
UNHCR, (2008)
Thesaurus:
14.02.02 - Human Rights
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Feeder: BINDUPOUDEL, Editor: PRAFFUL STH, Auditor:
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Status of Child Rights in Nepal
Abstract:
This report is based on the facts acquired by the commission during its investigation and monitoring and is centered on the issues of child rights. Children represent both the present and future of the nation. Without making a delay by waiting for their turn to come tomorrow, it has become essential to protect and promote children from today itself by properly using the resources and the means available in the country.Child Rights sector represents the important dimension of the Human Rights Campaign. The extension objectives of the Human Rights Campaign cannot be achieved without protection promotion of the Child Rights. In this context, the Child Rights are matter of concerning to all. Underlining the need, the General Assembly of United Nations Organization adopted the Convention on the Child Rights (CRC) in 1989.Children are zone of peace. They are an inseparable part of the society. Based on this reality, these days issues related with children are being raise din an institutional manner. According to the Convention on Child Rights, the State has the responsibility of protection, promotion, upkeep and fulfillment of children’s needs. In terms of the expression of commitments, Nepal is positioned far ahead in the international arena.
Publisher: UNHRC Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
CHILD RIGHTS, LABOUR LAW, MIGRANT CHILDREN, CHILDREN AND ARMED CONFLICT, CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILDREN, HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, PROMOTE, CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS, METHODOLOGY, RIGHT TO LIFE, RIGHT TO CULTURE, RIGHTS TO DEVELOPMENT, RECOMMENDATIONS , BASIC CONSTITUTIONAL , CIVIL SOCIETY, CONFICT, WISH FULFILLING, EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST, MONITORING AND INVESTIGATION
Thematic Group:
UNHCR, (2008)
Thesaurus:
14.02.02 - Human Rights
PDF | File Size: 370 KB   Download
Feeder: BINDUPOUDEL, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Status of Child Rights in Nepal
Abstract:
This report is based on the facts acquired by the commission during its investigation and monitoring and is centered on the issues of child rights. Children represent both the present and future of the nation. Without making a delay by waiting for their turn to come tomorrow, it has become essential to protect and promote children from today itself by properly using the resources and the means available in the country.Child Rights sector represents the important dimension of the Human Rights Campaign. The extension objectives of the Human Rights Campaign cannot be achieved without protection promotion of the Child Rights. In this context, the Child Rights are matter of concerning to all. Underlining the need, the General Assembly of United Nations Organization adopted the Convention on the Child Rights (CRC) in 1989.Children are zone of peace. They are an inseparable part of the society. Based on this reality, these days issues related with children are being raise din an institutional manner. According to the Convention on Child Rights, the State has the responsibility of protection, promotion, upkeep and fulfillment of children’s needs. In terms of the expression of commitments, Nepal is positioned far ahead in the international arena.
Publisher: UNHRC Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
CHILD RIGHTS, LABOUR LAW, MIGRANT CHILDREN, CHILDREN AND ARMED CONFLICT, CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILDREN, HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, PROMOTE, CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS, METHODOLOGY, RIGHT TO LIFE, RIGHT TO CULTURE, RIGHTS TO DEVELOPMENT, RECOMMENDATIONS , BASIC CONSTITUTIONAL , CIVIL SOCIETY, CONFICT, WISH FULFILLING, EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST, MONITORING AND INVESTIGATION
Thematic Group:
UNHCR, (2008)
Thesaurus:
12.06.00 - Special Categories Of Workers
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Status of Child Rights in Nepal
Abstract:
This report is based on the facts acquired by the commission during its investigation and monitoring and is centered on the issues of child rights. Children represent both the present and future of the nation. Without making a delay by waiting for their turn to come tomorrow, it has become essential to protect and promote children from today itself by properly using the resources and the means available in the country.Child Rights sector represents the important dimension of the Human Rights Campaign. The extension objectives of the Human Rights Campaign cannot be achieved without protection promotion of the Child Rights. In this context, the Child Rights are matter of concerning to all. Underlining the need, the General Assembly of United Nations Organization adopted the Convention on the Child Rights (CRC) in 1989.Children are zone of peace. They are an inseparable part of the society. Based on this reality, these days issues related with children are being raise din an institutional manner. According to the Convention on Child Rights, the State has the responsibility of protection, promotion, upkeep and fulfillment of children’s needs. In terms of the expression of commitments, Nepal is positioned far ahead in the international arena.
Publisher: UNHRC Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
CHILD RIGHTS, LABOUR LAW, MIGRANT CHILDREN, CHILDREN AND ARMED CONFLICT, CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILDREN, HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, PROMOTE, CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS, METHODOLOGY, RIGHT TO LIFE, RIGHT TO CULTURE, RIGHTS TO DEVELOPMENT, RECOMMENDATIONS , BASIC CONSTITUTIONAL , CIVIL SOCIETY, CONFICT, WISH FULFILLING, EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST, MONITORING AND INVESTIGATION
Thematic Group:
UNHCR, (2008)
Thesaurus:
01.00.0A - Political And Legal Questions
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