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:: Volume 4, Issue 13 (Spring 2022) ::
Child Rights 2022, 4(13): 47-59 Back to browse issues page
Examining Children's Rights in International Documents and Statute Law with an Emphasis on the Functioning of Child Rights Clinics (Case Study of Citizens of Tehran)
Mahnaz Farajpour
Department of International Law, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Dubai, UAE.
Abstract:   (152 Views)
Background and Aim: Children always need the support of the parents, legislator and society due to their natural and social limitations. From this point of view it is obvious to try to fulfill their rights. In the Convention on the Rights of the Child approved in 1989 which Iran has also acknowledged it and in Iran's legal system there have been changes in criminal views and important achievements in the field of Proceedings of children and adolescents in recent years. In line with these achievements establishing child rights clinics as a center for children's specialized training and advisory affaires, is considered as an important step towards the realization of children's rights. The present study was carried out to answer this main question: What does the effect of establishing child rights clinic on the awareness of children's rights?
Method: This research was conducted using a mixed method (quantitative and qualitative) and with the help of library sources and questionnaires as well as SPSS software, with a sample size of 384 people among married citizens of Tehran in 1401.
Results: The results of testing the hypotheses and reviewing the available documents indicate the significant impact of child rights clinics on the awareness of children's rights.
Conclusion: Teaching and counseling children to protect themselves against any abuse is essential. Child rights clinics are a tool to create awareness and facilitate the implementation of children's rights in international documents and statute laws. However, the audience for the knowledge and education of children's rights is not only themselves, but the familiarity of adults with this issue is always emphasized.

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Farajpour M. Examining Children's Rights in International Documents and Statute Law with an Emphasis on the Functioning of Child Rights Clinics (Case Study of Citizens of Tehran). Child Rights Journal. 2022; 4(13): 47-59.
Keywords: Child Rights, Child Rights Convention, Specialized Child Rights Clinics
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Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2022/05/21 | Accepted: 2022/06/7
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Farajpour M. Examining Children's Rights in International Documents and Statute Law with an Emphasis on the Functioning of Child Rights Clinics (Case Study of Citizens of Tehran). Child Rights 2022; 4 (13) :47-59
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