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This quantity constitutes a statement on Article four of the United international locations conference at the Rights of the kid. it's a part of the sequence, A remark at the United countries conference at the Rights of the Child, which gives an editorial via article research of all substantial, organizational and procedural provisions of the CRC and its not obligatory Protocols. for each article, a comparability with similar human rights provisions is made, via an in-depth exploration of the character and scope of kingdom tasks deriving from that article. The sequence constitutes an important software for actors within the box of kid's rights, together with teachers, scholars, judges, grassroots staff, governmental, non- governmental and foreign officials. The sequence is subsidized by way of the Belgian Federal technology coverage Office.

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44 47. ’45 48. This was meant to apply to the implementation of all the rights in the Convention and not only economic, social and cultural rights. After several amendments and proposals were made, a new one was submitted which introduced for the first time the concept of ‘in accordance with their available resources’, but without specifying that this applies only to economic, social and cultural rights. ’46 49. This became the Article adopted by the working group. The UN SecretaryGeneral requested that a technical review of the draft be undertaken by the United Nations Secretariat, partly in order to compare the standards established by the Convention to those ‘in other widely accepted human rights instruments’.

15; and Algeria (UN Doc. 76, 1997), paras. 12 and 29. 71 CRC Committee, Concluding Observations: Libya (UN Doc. 209, 2000) para. 8 (c). 78, 1997). c. (note 71), para. 8 (a); Burkina Faso (UN Doc. 193, 2002) para. 8 (b). 74 CRC Committee, General Comment No. c. (note 39), para. 22. , para. 8 (a). c. (Note 71), para. 8 (b). The reference here is to the Islamic Shari’a laws. 4 Legislative Measures for All Rights 68. Legislative and administrative measures are not related only to civil and political rights, but rather to all the principles and rights enshrined in the CRC.

93 See CRC Committee, Concluding Observations: Estonia (UN Doc. 196, 2003) para. 16 (d); Gabon (UN Doc. 171, 2002) para. 13 (b); Morocco (UN Doc. 211, 2004) para. 12 (a). c. (note 56), para. 7. 95 CRC Committee, General Comment No. c. (note 39), para. 48. SCOPE OF ARTICLE 4 OF THE CRC 31 81. 97 Such cases clearly reflect the fact that some States are failing to implement their obligations under the CRC, not because of inability, but due to a lack of will and planning. 4 Disadvantaged Groups 82.

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