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The week in children's rights - CRINmail 1478
what-we-do4 May 2016
The latest global news on children's rights, with this week's coverage on access to justice, child health, sexual abuse and exploitation, and children's access to media.  
Guide to the CRC's General Comment on business and children's rights
advocacy21 Apr 2016
CRIN, in partnership with the International Commission of Jurists, has put together a practical guide on how to use the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child’s 16th General Comment.
Discrimination and disenfranchisement: A global report on status offences
publications20 Apr 2016
Status offences criminalise actions for only certain groups of people, most commonly because of their religion, sexuality or age. This new CRIN report examines how these offences affect children and the new forms they are taking.
Age is Arbitrary - Discussion paper on setting minimum ages
publications11 Apr 2016
New CRIN discussion paper examines the use and worth of age thresholds in the context of a number of contentious children’s rights issues. The paper exposes how minimum ages can be inconsistent, discriminatory and arbitrary.  

Research and Monitoring

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ACCESS TO JUSTICE

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Policy and Advocacy

Pushing for real change
DEATH PENALTY: Submission for the Secretary-General's report on the death penalty 2016
14 Apr 2016
CRIN is campaigning for the abolition of inhuman sentencing of children,...
ZIMBABWE: UPR submission on inhuman sentencing
21 Mar 2016
Our research indicates that in Zimbabwe, people may lawfully be sentenced to life imprisonment for offences committed while under the age of 18 and males under the age of 18 may be sentenced to corporal punishment.
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