This report presents the findings from CRIN’s research of anti-terrorism legislation in 33 countries across five continents. It shows that counter-terrorism measures are leading to extensive violations of children’s rights.
Children's rights to live, learn and grow are violated daily by toxic substances – especially in the air, water, soil, and consumer products. This briefing outlines the causes and extent of the problem, and proposes an approach towards effective remedy and prevention.
Status offences criminalise actions for only certain groups of people, most commonly because of their religion, sexuality or age. This new CRIN report examines how these offences affect children and the new forms they are taking.