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الخطة الوطنية لحقوق اللإنسان: حقوق الطفل 2008 (National Plan for Human Rights: Children Rights)

لجنة حقوق اإلنسـان النيابية (Parliamentary Committee on Human Rights) Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Lebanon 20 November 2008 Guidelines child and adolescent, child/youth protection, human rights

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ان حقوق الطفل هي جزء ال يتجزأ من حقوق االنسان. غير أن االطفال يحتاجون إلى حماية ورعاية خاصة بهم، لذلك جاءت االتفاقية الدولية لحقوق الطفل، التي أقرتها الجمعية العامة الامم المتحدة في مؤمتر القمة العالمية في 20 تشرين الثاين عام 1989 ودخلت حيز التنفيذ في الثاني من ايلول عام 1990 من أجل بقاء الطفل وحاميته لتشكل مع وثيقة عامل جدير باالطفال، التي تشدد على بداية مميزة للطفولة )الطفولة المبكرة( والتعليم ذي النوعية الجيدة، ومشاركة االطفال في التنمية البشرية، وغيرها من المواثيق الدولية ذات الصلة، االإطار القانوين الملزم للدول الموقعة والمصدقة عليها، ولتجعل تطبيقها وتعزيز الحقوق التي تنص عليها من مسؤولية الدولة والمجتمع معا.

Children rights constitute an integral part of human rights particularly that children need special care and protection. This is why the International Convention on the Rights of the Child was adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations in Conference Summit World on the 20th of November 1989 and entered into force on the 2nd of September 1990. The aim of the convention is child protection and it emphasizes on early childhood, quality education, and the participation of children in human development. Along with other relevant international covenants, they form the legal framework for countries signed and ratified them, and to make the application and promotion of the rights set forth a responsibility of states and socities together.

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