Protection Rights

Besides supporting the children to live a normal life, worldwide child protection practices bestow the right to protect the child from:

  • Exploitation
  • Sexual abuse
  • Cruelty
  • Kidnapping
  • Abduction
  • Unauthorized custody
  • Employing into begging
  • Giving intoxicating liquor or narcotics drugs
  • Entering into places where liquor or narcotic drugs are sold
  • Betting and barrowing
  • Exposure to seduction
  • Abetting and escape
  • Child trafficking
  • Armed conflict
  • Every kind of violence

A child must enjoy the right to:

  • A family life
  • Obtain compulsory free education
  • All the decisions based on exclusive interest for future wellbeing i.e. physical, mental and social
  • Establish an effective system that includes laws, politics, procedure practices intended to prevent and fight against various problems of mistreatment, violence and discrimination that can damage a child’s wellbeing