Legal Approaches to Protecting Children against Violence In Educational Environments
: child rights
Mohamad Mahdi Meghdadi
(Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Mofid University, Qom, Iran)
Mohamad Mahdi Badami
(MA in Human Rights from Mofid University, Qom, Iran)
Education as a fundamental right of children's human rights represents the development of human societies and the growth and excellence of children in today's societies. Undoubtedly educational environments in order to realize such a right should have a safe and desirable space to increase the mental health of children in learning the knowledge and realization of their education and upbringing. Hence, the phenomenon of violence in such environments has become increasingly evolving in spite of educational and corrective approaches to child behavior and discipline in the prevailing educational environment. in this study, by studying and explaining violence against children in educational settings based on the documents of the International Human Rights Law, as well as the Iranian legal system's standards regarding the right of children and their support, they are working to prevent and prevent the occurrence of such a phenomenon. Provided in educational environments.
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