Article 31: Leisure, recreation and cultural activities

Le Népal a banni les jouets toxiques pour enfants. Prévoit-il maintenant de lever l’interdiction ?
21/Dec/2018 News
Après qu'une ONG a réussi à convaincre le gouvernement d'édicter des mesures de protection, les dirigeants du Népal ont maintenant le projet de revenir en arrière et d'affaiblir l'encadrement des produits toxiques dans les jouets. La question se pose de savoir ce qui a bien pu provoquer ce revirement de situation ?
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Nepal banned toxic children’s toys - is it now planning to bring them back?
18/Sep/2018 News
After an NGO helped convince the government to enact safety standards, Nepal‘s leaders are now planning to weaken regulations on how much toxic material is allowed in children’s toys. What caused this U-turn?
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RAPPORT : What Lies Beneath
15/May/2018 Publication
En tant qu'ONG, nous posons-nous assez souvent la question de savoir si ce que nous faisons est bien ce que nous devrions faire ? Notre travail est-il nécessaire, répond-t-il à un besoin ?  
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REPORT: What Lies Beneath
14/Mar/2018 Publication
As NGOs, how often do we question whether what we’re doing is what we ought to be doing? In other words, is our work needed and necessary? Here are CRIN's thoughts on this question. 
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CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AND BUSINESS: CRIN's submission on the draft ICESCR General Comment
20/Jan/2017 Publication
This submission represents the views of the Child Rights International Network (CRIN) (​​) on the proposed...
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Mapping the Global Goals for Sustainable Development and the Convention on the Rights of the Child
17/Nov/2016 Publication
It has been recognized widely that all 17 Sustainable Development Goals are relevant for children but how do they...
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ALGÉRIE : Internet censuré pour protéger le Bac
22/Jun/2016 News
Après les fuites importantes qui ont affecté la session 2016 du bac en Algérie au début du mois, les autorités ont décidé de bloquer certains réseaux sociaux lors de la tenue des nouveaux examens.  
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EURO 2016: Children's rights champions of Europe
10/Jun/2016 Publication
A lot has been written about the footballing form and potential of the 24 nations competing in France, but which nation is Europe's children's rights champion?
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Human Rights Day 2015: Freedoms for adults only?
9/Dec/2015 Publication
The freedoms set out in the two Covenants are universal; they apply to everyone, everywhere. Children are no exception, they have all human rights. But children’s freedoms are rarely a priority; the ability to think freely, act and speak is too often denied for children all over the world.
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UN: Children's rights and the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
2/Dec/2015 Publication
Ahead of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, this new report calls on the UN to address the rights of children with disabilities with the same consistency and rigour as adults’ rights. 
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