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Council of Europe proposes four-year plan for children’s rights
Council of Europe today adopted a new strategy to implement fundamental
standards to protect and promote children’s rights. It will provide guidance,
advice and support to its 47 member states on how best to bridge gaps between
standards and practice.
The strategy will focus on four main objectives:
· promoting child-friendly services and systems (in the areas of justice, health and social services);
· eliminating all forms of violence against children (including sexual violence, trafficking, corporal punishment and violence in schools);
· guaranteeing the rights of children in vulnerable situations (such as those with disabilities, in detention, in alternative care, migrant or Roma children)
· promoting child participation.
In fulfilling these objectives, the Council of Europe will continue to act as the leading organisation in the field of children’s rights.
For more information : www.coe.int/children
Susie Morgan, Communications Officer, Children’s Rights Division, tel. +33 3 88 41 35 48,
mobile +33 6 83 65 23 03, email@example.com
Estelle Steiner, Media Officer, Directorate of Communications, tel. +33 3 88 41 33 35,
mobile +33 6 08 46 01 57, firstname.lastname@example.org
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