Saskatchewan Children’s Right to Participate and be Heard in Child Welfare Proceedings (Canada)

Summary: Submission for the Committee on the Rights of the Child
General Day of Discussion 2006, group 1: The Child’s Right to be Heard in Judicial and Administrative Proceedings.

This is an exploration of the limitations of children and young persons' participation under the Saskatchewan Child and Family Services Act and recommendations for improvement locally and globally regarding participation in judicial and administrative proceedings.

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