National Policies and Laws For Children

National Commission for Protection of Child Rights 

The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) emphasizes the principle of universality and inviolability of child rights and recognizes the tone of urgency in all the child related policies of the country. For the Commission, protection of all children in the 0 to 18 years age group is of equal importance. Thus, policies define priority actions for the most vulnerable children. This includes focus on regions that are backward or on communities or children under certain circumstances, and so on. The NCPCR believes that while in addressing only some children, there could be a fallacy of exclusion of many vulnerable children who may not fall under the defined or targeted categories. In its translation into practice, the task of reaching out to all children gets compromised and a societal tolerance of violation of child rights continues. This would in fact have an impact on the program for the targeted population as well. Therefore, it considers that it is only in building a larger atmosphere in favour of protection of children's rights, that children who are targeted become visible and gain confidence to access their entitlements.

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http://www.ncpcr.gov.in/index1.php?lang=1&level=0&linkid=18&lid=588

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THE INTEGRATED CHILD PROTECTION SCHEME (ICPS)

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HOW TO USE POCSO E-BOX

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User Handbook for Implementation of the POCSO Act

Author:National Commission for Protection of Child Rights

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