Publications

Latest research and analysis on children's rights issues

NEW ZEALAND: 'Never again' - the public investigation into historical abuse in state care
15 Aug 2018 Publication
How care leavers in New Zealand pushed the government to conduct an independent investigation into the root causes of systemic failings in the country’s care system.
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And Beyond
10 Aug 2018 Publication
Exploring bold ideas on big issues which - whether we know it or not - affect children and young people.    
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AUSTRIA: Quashing discrimination in age of consent laws
18 Jul 2018 Publication
An activist lawyer in Austria brought a series of cases to the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) to eliminate discriminatory differences in the age sexual of consent for gay and heterosexual couples.
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AUSTRALIA: Care leavers’ fight for redress for historical abuse
7 Jun 2018 Publication
In the 1990s Australian care leavers demanded acknowledgement of historical abuse and neglect, leading to social and political change across the country.  
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Children's helplines worldwide
22 May 2018 Publication
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Discussion paper: A Children’s Rights Approach to Assisted Reproduction
1 May 2018 Publication
This new paper explores three groups of assisted reproductive technologies, each of which has a bearing on the rights of children between birth and age 18.
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RIGHT TO PRIVACY: CRIN's submission for OHCHR's report on the right to privacy in the digital age
30 Apr 2018 Publication
This submission was made in April 2018 for OHCHR's report on the right to privacy in the digital environment. It focuses...
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SAUDI ARABIA: UPR submission on inhuman sentencing of children
29 Mar 2018 Publication
The death penalty, life imprisonment, flogging and amputation remain lawful sentences for children in Saudi Arabia. 
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SAUDI ARABIA: UPR submission on inhuman sentencing of children
29 Mar 2018 Publication
The death penalty, life imprisonment, flogging and amputation remain lawful sentences for children in Saudi Arabia. 
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REPORT: What Lies Beneath
14 Mar 2018 Publication
As NGOs, how often do we question whether what we’re doing is what we ought to be doing? In other words, is our work needed and necessary? Here are CRIN's thoughts on this question. 
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The UN and humanitarian organisations are failing in their response to the sexual abuse of children
5 Mar 2018 Publication
CRIN has released a statement on the Annual Day on the Rights of the Child on "Protecting the rights of the child in humanitarian situations".
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