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Highlights

Just Say No to ‘Just Say No’ — Research on Youth and Privacy in the Americas
news-archive17 Oct 2018
In this guest post for CRIN, Mariel García-Montes discusses the tension between children's rights organisations and digital rights groups, and the importance or recognising children's agency. 
Briefing: Children's rights and toxics
publications15 Oct 2018
Children's rights to live, learn and grow are violated daily by toxic substances – especially in the air, water, soil, and consumer products. This briefing outlines the causes and extent of the problem, and proposes an approach towards effective remedy and prevention.
Sotto, you are wildly wrong on criminalising children
news-archive25 Sep 2018
The Philippines' Senate President, Vicente Sotto III, has cited our research to support his reforms to lower the minimum age of criminal responsibility. We reject this proposal in the strongest terms.
Best interests and the prohibition of violence: FGM and non-refoulement before the CRC
publications20 Sep 2018
The Committee on the Rights of the Child published its first views under the third Optional Protocol to the CRC this year. Learn more about the decision and its importance.

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