Protecting The World S Children

Author: UNICEF
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139465031
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The book contains four studies that compare experiences from countries with similar legal traditions and examine how the Convention on the Rights of the Child has been integrated and harmonized with national legislation in specific ...

Protecting The World S Children

Author: Sidsel Roalkvam
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019966644X
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Written by an an international, interdisciplinary team of experts in immunisation policy, Protecting the World's Children is an integrative study of immunisation policy and practice at a global, national and community level.

The State Of The World S Children 2011

Author: United Nations
Publisher: UNICEF
ISBN: 9280645552
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Protecting. adolescents. from. discrimination. based. on. nationality. or. migration
. status. and. from. administrative. detention. will. be. pivotal.” Mexico is the fifth
largest country in the Americas and ranks eleventh in the world in terms of
population. Given it's location between the United States of America and the rest
of Latin America, it is a point of origin, transit and destination for migrants,
experiencing both internal (rural to urban) and external (cross-border) migration.
In 2009, around ...

The State Of The World S Children 2006

Author: UNICEF
Publisher: UNICEF
ISBN: 9280639161
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The 2006 edition of UNICEF's annual report focuses on the millions of children who are most in need of access to essential education, health and protection services, but who are also the hardest to reach and often overlooked by current ...

The State Of The World S Children

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Cities: An international initiative promoting child participation. mitment,
supporting positive practices and ensuring the involvement of children and
families. Open discussion is imperative if a coordinated, collective consensus is
to be reached and harmful practices abandoned. Young people should be
empowered to discuss their concerns and rights to protection in their
communities and families.

The State Of The World S Children 1986

Author: UNICEF.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Donald Henderson "Childhood immunization as an impetus to pnmary health
care". in Protecting the world's children vaccines and immunization Rockefeller
Foundation. 1984 TAKING UP THE SLACK Taking up the 'slack' between
available immunization services and the proportion of children actually
immunized can be done in two ways: "(1) Provision of the services at a
convenient location near the residence of recipients and at a convenient time;
and (2) active promotion of the ...

The State Of The World S Children Special Edition

Author: UNICEF.
Publisher: UNICEF
ISBN: 9280644483
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These principles guide the actions of all stakeholders, including children
themselves, in realizing their rights to survival, development, protection and
participation. Signed by every country in the world, and currently ratified into law
by all but two, the Convention and its principles have taken root in national and
local legislatures, motivating governments worldwide to place children's rights
and development at the forefront of their legislative agendas. Since 1990, more
than 70 countries ...