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The Resource Child Rights in India : Challenges and Social Action

Child Rights in India : Challenges and Social Action

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Child Rights in India : Challenges and Social Action
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Child Rights in India
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Challenges and Social Action
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Child Rights in India : Challenges and Social Action
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Child Rights in India : Challenges and Social Action
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  • Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- About the Author -- 1 Introduction to Child Rights -- Abstract -- 1.1 Introduction to Child Rights -- 1.2 The Notion of Human Rights -- 1.3 Philosophical Analysis of the Concept of Human Rights -- 1.4 Scope of Human Rights Duties -- 1.5 The Emergence of the Idea of Child Rights -- 1.6 Should Children Have Rights: The Philosophical Arguments -- 1.7 Who Is a Child? -- 1.8 India's International Commitment Towards Children -- 1.8.1 The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child -- 1.8.2 Human Development Index -- 1.8.3 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) -- 1.9 Strengthening Families for Protecting Child Rights -- References -- 2 The Situation of the Child in India: Quest for Equity -- Abstract -- 2.1 Childhood in Indian Context -- 2.2 Status of Children in India -- 2.3 Constitution Framework Supporting Children in India -- 2.4 Policies for Children in India -- 2.5 Non-Government Organisations: Role in Social Development -- References -- 3 Early Childhood Care and Education: Right to Survival and Development -- Abstract -- 3.1 Salience of Early Childhood Years -- 3.2 Early Childhood Development -- 3.3 Status of Early Childhood Care and Education Services in India -- 3.4 ECCE as Per Costitution and the Legal Framework -- 3.5 Linking Early Childhood Care with Child Protection -- 3.6 Government Programmes for Children -- 3.6.1 Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) -- 3.6.2 Government Health Programmes for the Mother and the Child -- 3.6.3 Rajiv Gandhi Creche Scheme -- 3.6.4 Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) -- 3.6.5 Midday Meal Programme -- 3.6.6 Right to Education: Elementary Education Is Now a Right of Every Child -- 3.7 Interventions and Strategies by Non-Government Organisations in Early Childhood Development -- References
  • 4 Children in Especially Difficult Circumstances: Right to Protection and Participation -- Abstract -- 4.1 Children in Especially Difficult Circumstances -- 4.1.1 Homeless Children -- 4.1.2 Orphaned and Abandoned Child -- 4.1.3 Migrant Children -- 4.1.4 Child Labour -- 4.1.5 Bonded Child Labour -- 4.1.6 Domestic Child Worker -- 4.1.7 Street Children -- 4.1.8 Child Beggars -- 4.1.9 Child Sex Workers -- 4.1.10 Child Suffering from Abuse -- 4.1.11 Children with AIDS -- 4.1.12 Children in Conflict with Law -- 4.1.13 Children with Disabilities -- 4.2 Child Protection -- 4.2.1 Existing Child Protection Mechanisms and the Gaps -- 4.2.2 Integrated Child Protection Scheme (ICPS) -- 4.3 Legislative Support for Children in India -- References -- 5 The Working and the Street Children: Where Is the Child? -- Abstract -- 5.1 The Extent of the Problem -- 5.2 Defining Child Labour -- 5.3 Classification of Child Labour -- 5.4 Causes of Child Labour -- 5.5 Combating Child Labour -- 5.6 Street Children -- 5.7 Causes Which Render Children on the Street -- 5.8 Approaches to Rehabilitate the Street and Working Children -- 5.9 Constitutional Provisions for Child Labour -- 5.10 UN Convention on the Rights of the Child -- 5.11 Legislative Support -- 5.12 National Policy on Child Labour -- 5.13 Interventions and Strategies by Non-Government Organisations for Working and Street Children -- References -- 6 Children in Conflict with Law: The Child Offender -- Abstract -- 6.1 Factors Responsible for Children Coming in Conflict with Law -- 6.2 What Do We Mean by J̀uvenile Justice'? -- 6.3 Legal Reforms Recommended in Laws for Juvenile Offenders -- 6.4 The Indian Law -- 6.4.1 The Juvenile Justice Act, 1986 -- 6.4.2 The Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 -- 6.4.3 Provisions for Rehabilitation of the Child---Institutional Care Options in the JJ Act
  • 6.4.4 Non-institutional Care Support and Rehabilitation Services---Adoption, Foster Care and Sponsorship in the JJ Act -- 6.4.5 Areas of Concern in the Implementation of the JJ Act -- 6.5 Proposed Juvenile Justice Bill 2014 -- 6.6 Interventions and Strategies by Non-Government Organisations in Need of Care and Protection -- References -- 7 Child Abuse in India: The Battered Child -- Abstract -- 7.1 Definition of Child Abuse -- 7.2 Factors Contributing to Child Abuse -- 7.3 Preventing Child Sexual Abuse -- 7.4 Extent of Child Abuse in India -- 7.5 Legal Frame Work for Protection of Children Who Are Abused -- 7.6 Interventions and Strategies by Non-Government Organisations for Protection from Child Sexual Abuse -- References -- 8 Child Trafficking: The Victimised Child -- Abstract -- 8.1 What Is Trafficking? -- 8.2 Purposes of Child Trafficking -- 8.3 Causes of Child Trafficking -- 8.4 Extent of Trafficking in India -- 8.5 Fundamental Principles of Any Intervention on Child Trafficking -- 8.6 Child Tracking System -- 8.7 Combating Trafficking -- 8.8 Intervention Strategies by Non-Government Organisations Against Child Trafficking -- References -- 9 Children with Disabilities---The Invisible Child -- Abstract -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 The Constitution of India and Persons with Disabilities -- 9.3 Understanding Disability -- 9.3.1 Concept -- 9.3.2 Historical Understanding -- 9.3.3 Models of Disability -- 9.3.4 Definitions of Disability -- 9.4 Magnitude of Disability in India -- 9.5 Polices for Children with Disabilities -- 9.5.1 At the National Level -- 9.5.2 CWD and International Declarations -- 9.6 Major Legislations for PWD in India -- 9.6.1 The Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995
  • 9.6.2 National Trust for the Welfare of Persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation and Multiple Disabilities Act (1999) -- 9.6.3 Rehabilitation Council of India Act (1992) -- 9.7 Government Facilities and Services for Persons with Disabilities -- 9.8 Interventions and Strategies by Non-government Organisations in Disability -- References
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