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Championing Children's Rights: A global study of independent human rights institutions for children - summary report

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Sedletzki, Vanessa
Publication Date: 
30 Oct 2012


Independent institutions bring an explicit children's focus to traditional adult-oriented governance systems. Acting as direct mechanisms for accountability, they fill gaps in checks and balances and make sure that the impact of policy and practice on children's rights is understood and recognized. At a time of global economic uncertainty, a period in which inequities between rich and poor are widening, and a period of reflection on progress towards achieving the Millenium Development Goals and in defining what sustainable and equitable goals should come after, these institutions are key players in promoting systems that are effective in delivering results for children.

Entered Date: 
5 Dec 2012
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