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The week in children's rights - CRINmail 1465
what-we-do4 Feb 2016
The latest global news on children's rights, with this week's coverage on juvenile justice, inhuman sentencing, children's right to privacy, and child migrants and refugees. 
CORPORAL PUNISHMENT: Africa Newsletter #21
news-archive1 Feb 2016
Read about the recent developments and campaigns in Africa by the Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children.
COLOMBIA: Free education secured for 12 million children
publications25 Jan 2016
Part of a law which allowed the Colombian government to charge for primary education was deemed unconstitutional after a direct challenge against its discriminatory provisions.
SOUTH AFRICA: Human Rights Commission urges ban on corporal punishment
news-archive22 Jan 2016
A total ban on corporal punishment may be enacted in South Africa after the country’s Human Rights Commission recommended the measure to the cabinet earlier this week.

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CHILDREN'S RIGHTS: Call for adequate recognition of children’s right to freedom of religion or belief throughout UN
25 Nov 2015
In this paper CRIN reviews the October 2015 report by the UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief covering children's rights and freedom of religion. 
CHILD RIGHTS: CRIN submission to the OHCHR on children's right to an adequate standard of living
28 Oct 2015
Submission to the OHCHR for the preparation of the report on "Protection of the family and the contribution of families in realising the right to an adequate standard of living".   
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