Violation of Child Rights in Tibet

Report presented to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child at its 12th Session May-June 1996 by the Human Rights Desk, Department of Information & International Relations, Tibetan Government in Exile, India. The report focuses on how Tibetan children are denied their fundamental rights and freedoms that are set out in the Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989. The report is divided into three parts, of which Part A deals with the rights of Tibetan children to a healthy family environment which guarantees the steady growth and development of the Child; Part B focuses on the rights of Tibetan children that are being directly violated, where Tibetan children have been and are victims of repressive Chinese policies; and Part C focuses on the problems associated with Tibetan refugee children.

Published 2010-06-16

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