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This microsite works as a user manual for the report on national systems to protect children.

 

The following is a list of obligations, principles and standards applicable to the design and operation of national systems to protect children, with a view to effectively enforcing the rights of children and adolescents.

National Systems to Protect the Rights of Children

Developing a national system to protect the rights of children:

Instruction manual

 
 

2. Fundamental elements

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Children as rights holders

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Principles of equality and non-discrimination

The right to

be heard

The child’s best interests

The principle of progressive autonomy

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Protection as a continuum

Gender

perspective

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Intercultural

perspective

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Protecting

the family

 
 

4. Designing an institutional structure

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7. Recommendations

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Legislative adjustments

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Fundamental principles

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Links between policies

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Data

collection

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Participation by civil society

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Financial aspects

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Access to justice