KINDERRECHTENMONITOR 2013 PDF
Kinderrechtenmonitor Research project. De Kinderrechtenmonitor laat zien hoe het gaat met kinderen die in Nederland opgroeien. Met deze monitor wordt. 8 See Kinderrechtenmonitor, and Kinderrechtenmonitor, It also publishes an annual activity report It has decided to. dreigen afgewenteld te worden op kinderen, waarschuwde kinderombudsman Marc Dullaert in september bij de presentatie van de Kinderrechtenmonitor
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The Dutch government was asked to provide information concerning new policy and legislative developments, which it complied with cooperatively. The monitor is divided into six chapters on the following themes: Family situation and alternative care; 2. Protection against exploitation and violence; 3. Deprivation of liberty and juvenile justice; 4. Adequate standard of living; 5.
Eustatius and Saba see Rijksoverheid. In the Netherlands children indicate that they are very happy; among the happiest children in the world see Unicef. However, some children are particularly vulnerable and lack the same standard of living or resources. Three of these groups will be highlighted below.
Children who are in need of youth care are particularly vulnerable, because of problems they experience in their development and upbringing. In the first place, these children are vulnerable because they experience problems which require the attention and treatment of professionals. In the second place, these children currently form a vulnerable group because of the major decentralisation operation that is currently taking place in the Netherlands.
As of the first of January local municipalities will be largely responsible for implementing youth care. The main concerns are related to the major cut backs in funds for youth care and the lack of expertise and resources of municipalities to adequately distribute the right type of specialist youth care to children in need.
An important question to be asked is whether the Dutch government has reasonably taken into account the best interests of the child in reforming the youth care system art. It is expected that both the quality and the quantity of the care will be affected and that children are not guaranteed the care which they were entitled to receive before, and which they will need in order to develop healthily.
The Netherlands is one of the most affluent countries in the world. However, Unicef shows that the economic crisis has had an important influence on child wellbeing in rich countries. The Netherlands is named among the countries that is moderately affected by the economic crisis.
Children, especially children living in single parent households, are particularly vulnerable to growing up in poverty. On the basis of article 4 CRC, the Dutch government has the progressive obligation to keep the standard of living of children at least at the same level.
With financial cutbacks affecting children, this progressive obligation is not being met. Again, local municipalities are responsible for the distribution of resources to poor families and this causes inequality in the amount and quality of available resources for children.
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When considering the rights of children living on Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba a striking lack of resources and facilities stands out. The Dutch government still has a lot of work to do in order to guarantee a standard of living that is adequate and does justice to the needs of the children living on the islands.
To name just a few, a professional youth care system needs to be set up and even more so a juvenile justice system. Poverty needs to be tackled and investments are needed in specialised education.
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Although it cannot be expected that the overseas municipalities will reach the same standard of living as the European part of the Netherlands, much more attention needs to be devoted to ensuring the basic rights of Dutch children in the Caribbean. In light of article 3 sub 1 CRC the Dutch government is committed to consider the best interests of children as a primary consideration in every decision that is taken and that affects children.
Most notably, certain budget cuts affect children immediately, such as children who receive youth care or children living in poverty. Such an assessment should take into account the impact of any proposed policy, legislation, regulation or budget which affects children and the enjoyment of their rights General Comment nr.
In this way, more awareness will be raised among kinderrechtennonitor legislator, politicians and policymakers concerning the rights of the child.
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Children who are in need of youth kindrrechtenmonitor Children who are in need of youth care are particularly vulnerable, because of problems they experience in their development and upbringing.
Children who grow up in poverty The Netherlands is one of the most affluent kinderrechgenmonitor in the world. Children living in the Caribbean When considering the rights of children living on Bonaire, St.
The best interests of the child as a primary consideration In light of article 3 sub 1 CRC the Dutch government is committed to consider the best interests of children as a primary consideration in every decision that is taken and that affects children.