Child Protection Laws in India

  • Vaishnavi Parate
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  • Vaishnavi Parate

    LL.M. Student at Shri. Nathmal Goenka Law College, Akola Maharashtra, India

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Since a nation's future is dependent on the development and improvement of its children, children are respected as one of its most important national resources. These days, the essential objective of our society is to protect children from all shapes of manhandling and abuse. Various cases of child exploitation including child labour, child prostitution, child explicit entertainment, undernourishment, verbal mishandling, child savagery, and sexual molestation have been detailed. These occurrences serve as a roundabout update of our society's deficiencies in defending another era. Given the challenges and issues that children encounter, child assurance is seen as one of the government's and society's essential obligations. Youths are a valuable but fragile human asset. There are a few laws in India that address the treatment of children as non-entities and the tireless endeavours made to secure them from misuse and mishandling while also giving them with the rise to get to nourishment, well-being care, instruction, and regard, permitting them to reach their full potential. The Tradition on the Rights of the Child, the primary universal understanding laying out children's principal rights, was embraced by the UN Common Get together. A human right is to have a secure childhood. They are enrolled within the military. They persevere through various acts of viciousness, the passing of punishment, vanishing, unforgiving and obtuse discipline, and more. Children can oppose this idea since they are autonomous masterminds. Kids require freedom. Moreover, chances must be given to them for them to develop cognitively, candidly, socially, and physically. The setting must be steady and energizing.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 1273 - 1278


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