Child Protection / Child Neglect
According to UNICEF, child protection refers to a broad term to describe philosophies, policies, standards, guidelines and procedures to protect children from both intentional and unintentional harm. In the current context, it applies particularly to the duty of organizations - and individuals associated with those organizations - towards children in their care.
UNICEF defines Child protection policy as ‘A statement of intent that demonstrates a commitment to safeguard children from harm and makes clear to all what is required in relation to the protection of children. It helps to create a safe and positive environment for children and to show that the organization is taking its duty and responsibility of care seriously.
National Child Policy.
Author:Ministry of Women and Child Affairs, 2011.
Justice for Children
CHILD RIGHTS IN BANGLADESH
Author: American Research Institute for Policy Development