Dr. Nidhi Kotwal
ISSUES & CHALLENGES
VENUE:GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE, BASOHLI, JKUT, INDIA.
DATE:20TH APRIL, 2023. Click here to download information brochure.
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About The Seminar :All children under the age of 18 have a natural right to some
fundamental freedoms known as child rights. All children
have access to this right, regardless of their background, race,
colour, parents or guardians, creed, or gender. Children are
pure and full of optimism. Some kids view life as blissful
because they enjoy it. But, the reality of childhood is very
different for many kids. In society, kids are entitled to the
same things as adults.
Children have the right to survive, develop, be protected, and participate in decisions that will affect their lives. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, which was established in 1989, said that a child should not be denied these four fundamental rights.
First and foremost, the child has the right to survival, life, nutrition, name, and nationality. The child's right to survival includes the right to live a healthy life. Children have the right to live, to feel secure, and to have a say in the decisions that affect their life. The government should place the highest priority on the nutrition of children. read more