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:: Volume 4, Issue 13 (Spring 2022) ::
Child Rights 2022, 4(13): 35-46 Back to browse issues page
The Role of Clinics in Teaching Child Rights Courses to Parents and Legal Guardians with a View to Article 43 of the Law on the Protection of Children and Adolescents
Soheil Khoshnoodi
Department of Economic Law, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran.
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Background and Aim: Children's rights clinics are new, knowledge-oriented and functional entities that pursue the provision of children's rights through various means while interacting with children, parents and various institutions. This study was conducted with the aim of investigating the role of these clinics in teaching child rights courses to parents and legal guardians.
Method: The present study is of theoretical type by descriptive-analytical method and the method of data collection is library.
Results: One of the most important aspects of the existence of children's rights clinics is education and culture-building in relation to children's rights and the transfer of concepts contained in international documents and domestic legal laws and procedures around children. In order to stabilize and develop the position of child rights clinics, legal powers and platforms are needed along with the allocation of facilities and appropriate budget. Article 43 of the Law on the Protection of Children and Adolescents is one of the important platforms that have been prepared in the current laws for the connection and synergy between clinics and the judicial system and parents and especially the legal guardians of adopted children. Based on this, the judge can oblige parents, legal guardians of children and adolescents or other persons related to the case to participate and obtain a certificate of educational courses on children and adolescents law in all the stages of the proceedings.
Conclusion: Children's law clinics can play an important role in providing training courses and being a reference for legal services. Developing Article 43 of the Child Protection Law and using it to educate parents about children's rights in all proceedings related to children and even outside the judicial framework seems important and necessary.

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Khoshnoodi S. The Role of Clinics in Teaching Child Rights Courses to Parents and Legal Guardians with a View to Article 43 of the Law on the Protection of Children and Adolescents. Child Rights Journal. 2022; 4(14): 35-46.
Keywords: Child Rights, Education, Child Rights Clinic, Judicial Proceedings
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Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2022/02/6 | Accepted: 2022/04/20
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Khoshnoodi S. The Role of Clinics in Teaching Child Rights Courses to Parents and Legal Guardians with a View to Article 43 of the Law on the Protection of Children and Adolescents. Child Rights 2022; 4 (13) :35-46
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