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2015 الائحة التنفيذية لنظام حماية الطفل (Executive Plan for Child Protection in Saudi Arabia)

Saudi Arabian Ministry of Social Affairs Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Saudi Arabia 25 October 2015 Policy document child/youth protection

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يهدف هذا النظام إلى ما يأتي:
1- التأكيد على ما قررته الشريعة الإسلامية و الأنظمة و الإتفاقات الدولية التي تكون المملكة طرفا فيها و التي تحفظ حقوق الطفل و تحميه من كل أشكال الإيذاء و الإهمال
2- حماية الطفل من كل أشكال الإيذاء و الإهمال و مظاهرهما التي قد يتعرض لها في البيئة المحيطة به (المدرسة- المنزل- الحي- الأماكن العامة) سواء وقع ذلك من شخص له ولاية على الطفل أو سلطة أو مسؤلية أو له به علاقة بأي شكل كان أو من غيره
3- ضمان حقوق الطفل الذي تعرض للإذاء و الإهمال بتوفير الرعاية له
4- نشر الوعي بحقوق الطفل و تعريفه بها و بخاصة ما يرتبط بحمابته من الإيذاء و الإهمال

This plan aims to:
1. emphasize on the decisions taken by Islamic law and regulations and international agreements to which the Kingdom is a party to and that preserve the rights of the child and protect him from all forms of abuse and neglect
2. protect the child from all forms of abuse and neglect and manifestations which he/she might be exposed to in the environment surrounding it (school- home-neighbourhood- public places), both signed that a person who had jurisdiction over the child or the authority or responsibility or his relationship with him in any way
3. guaranteeing the Rights of the children who were subjected to abuse and neglect by providing specialist care facilities
4. raise awareness of children's rights, and educating the children about their rights to reduce the likelihood of child abuse and neglect.


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