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:: Volume 4, Issue 13 (Spring 2022) ::
Child Rights 2022, 4(13): 61-77 Back to browse issues page
Violence against Street Children and Iran's International Commitments
Meisam Norouzi , Mahsa Abolghasemi
Department of International Law, Hamedan Civil and Development University, Hamedan, Iran.
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Background and Aim: Child protection is becoming important in every country. According to the rights of the child and other international treaties, all children have the right to be protected from harm. Preventing and dealing with violence, exploitation and abuse of children is necessary to guarantee their rights in terms of life, growth and well-being. Global and transnational child protection concerns, the presence of children on the street and the emergence of the phenomenon of street children in many countries of the world, especially in developing countries including Iran, are among the serious problems of these societies. In this study, the dimensions of violence against street children have been examined considering Iran's international obligations.
Method: In this article, it is searched in a descriptive way to review the international documents and procedures of the government programs presented in the Iranian legal system for street children and provide solutions to support them.
Results: The international obligations of the Iranian government, despite the fact that it has changed, passed and amended many laws, but it faces many obstacles in the field of implementation.
Conclusion: Monitoring the strict implementation of existing laws on children, including the Labor law, the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Protection of children and adolescents, and ILO Convention No. 182, all of which have been approved, and an integrated network or system for the protection of street children which created in order to providing appropriate services to children is from the requirements of the effective support of the government in the light of international obligations.

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Norouzi M, Abolghasemi M. Violence against Street Children and Iran's International Commitments. Child Rights Journal. 2022; 4(13): 61-77.
Keywords: Child Rights, Iran's Obligations, Street Children
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Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2022/04/14 | Accepted: 2022/06/11
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Norouzi M, Abolghasemi M. Violence against Street Children and Iran's International Commitments. Child Rights 2022; 4 (13) :61-77
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