The Paper first studies the status of children’s rights in India under the four groupings of Right to Survival, Right to Development, Right to Protection and Right to Participation. It then discusses related issues such as Rights versus Welfare approach, child rights campaign in India, Trade sanctions & child labour, and Partnership with Children. The paper critiques the role of the state, NGOs, funding organisations and other international bodies in the implementation of children’s rights.
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