New PDF release: A Commentary on the United Nations Convention on the Rights

By Ziemele, I.

ISBN-10: 9004148639

ISBN-13: 9789004148635

ISBN-10: 9047421094

ISBN-13: 9789047421092

This quantity constitutes a statement on Article 7 of the United international locations conference at the Rights of the kid. it truly is a part of the sequence, "A remark at the United international locations conference at the Rights of the Child", which gives an editorial by means of article research of all substantial, organizational and procedural provisions of the CRC and its not obligatory Protocols. for each article, a comparability with comparable human rights provisions is made, by means of an in-depth exploration of the character and scope of kingdom responsibilities deriving from that article. The sequence constitutes an important device for actors within the box of kid's rights, together with teachers, scholars, judges, grassroots employees, governmental, non- governmental and foreign officials. The sequence is subsidized by means of the Belgian Federal technological know-how coverage place of work.

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Third to Seventeenth Session (1993–1998) (The Hague/Boston/London, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2000). 63 CRC Committee, Concluding Observations: Jordan (UN Doc. 21, 1994), paras. 11–12. 64 CRC Committee, Concluding Observations: Paraguay (UN Doc. 166, 2001), para. 30. 65 CRC Committee, Concluding Observations: Paraguay (UN Doc. 27, 1994). para. 10. 66 42. 68 Several States, when ratifying the CRC, have made reservations as concerns the application of their citizenship laws. 70 Whenever such reservations appear, it is to be hoped that even if children remain stateless in some countries for some period of time, this does not impede their recognition as persons in domestic law through a registration procedure.

16. In relation to the report of Kazakhstan, the Committee notes the efforts of the State as concerns the registration of children but notes with concern ‘that some children [. ] do not acquire nationality at birth’. See CRC Committee, Concluding Observations: Kazakhstan (UN Doc. 213, 2003), para. 32. , para. 33. htm. g. Japan. J. LeBlanc, The Convention on the Rights of the Child. UN Lawmaking on Human Rights (London, University of Nebraska Press, 1995), pp. 109–110. 71 CRC Committee, Concluding Observations: Estonia (UN Doc.

37. Another aspect of the non-discrimination rule is the notion of special or positive measures which States in several human rights instruments are required to undertake in order to ensure de facto equality of individuals and/or groups and which are not considered as a discrimination. 59 38. e. an ethnic or linguistic group identified with the State. States continue to use language requirements in law and practice for their naturalisation purposes. It is a question whether all or some of these practices are discriminatory.

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