ABOUT US

"We believe that every child has natural and social rights, capacities, and responsibilities to develop their full potentials as human beings".
Children Vision Nepal (CVN) is a non-governmental, non political and non-profit making social organization that is struggling in different children welfare sectors in Nepal. It was registered at district administration office in Kathmandu dated on 5th August 2010 (sharawan 20th 2067 in Nepali Date B.S) coordinating to the registration Act 2034 B.S with registration number 80 and affiliated with Social Welfare Council (SWC) with registration number 30431 and registered under NGO federation of Nepal (NGOFON) with registration number CR-KAT-239.This organization is running by our own contribution believing that a drop of water is the source of ocean. It is being run by well qualified young and enthusiastic people of different sectors and location.
Children Vision Nepal is really fighting against for poor, hunger and uneducated children in Nepal who are not getting any care from the government. Our primary aim is to educate children as education is the main tool to march them for their destination. Due to poverty, various misconception, and conflict children are not getting chance for education which is the primary right of children. We believe, by birth all children are equal and can grow with equally capable in his or her inner interest, if they get chance to flourish in like environment. We are opening new horizon for poor, needy, underprivileged, orphan children by giving then shelter having homely environment, so that children do not feel them helpless or orphan. Our sole dream is to give quality education for the children with food, cloth and shelter so that the children can bloom fully with fragrance for society. We are establishing our own school and orphan home where the children can get food, cloth, shelter and quality education free of cost.
By supporting children we are trying to regenerate a family like environment as a new habitant from our small contribution that may change a big revolution in their future life. We are requesting to all parties, forum, company and private sectors for their constructive feedback and support to minimize the large scale of child labour in different parts of country. Support of public and private sectors organization and there affordable contribution is very useful to reduce the child labour and provide them quality education in homely environment.
All national and international organization, public and private sectors organization and civil societies should be very serious in this regards. The support of all level and helping hand from all level is the very essential to make an effective rescues plan to save children who are regularly victims form different types of child labour. Governments of Nepal, National and International organisations and humanitarian organization, and other international relief organization are not only the key responsible for implementing an effective role to reduce the problems and issue that is mention above.
Annually large scale of children is damaging their life due to poor economic background and poverty and they are forced to work as a labour in different factories and industries due to lack of implement of an effective and rescue base project or program in effective zone and areas of Nepal.
So that realizing the critical situation in this regards, your small contribution and supports would be a huge energy to provide the support for victims and deprived children who are looking help from all level.

OUR MISSION / VISION
"To relieve the hardship, distress and sickness of orphaned and abandoned children throughout Nepal through the development of family-based care with proper education as children can bring positive change to their community if they are empowered through education"
We are non-Profitable nongovernmental, non political Organization registered in Government of Nepal and affiliated with Social Welfare Council (SWC). This society is our own initiation and running by our own contribution believing that a drop of water is the source of ocean, founded by social activist. The mission of us is to encourage volunteers (national and international) to contribute in children’s education and sustainable community development that benefits the needy, underprivileged, poor people and community with own satisfaction.
By volunteering we want to share new perspectives and ideas that will ultimately change lives and communities. Volunteering in different sectors is meeting with different sectors’ people, which gives chance of interaction and explore the things.
By doing volunteering, we are opening new horizon for poor, needy and underprivileged children. Because our primary aim through volunteering is to educate children with providing chance for foreign volunteers to expose Nepali society. education is the main tool to march them for their destination.
In Nepal , there is two type of education – one is government and another is private , qualitative than government . Due to poverty, various misconception and conflict children are not getting even chance for government education. Which is primary right of children. We believe, by birth all children are equal and can grow with equally capable in his/her inner interest, if they get chance to flourish in like environment. We are opening new horizon for poor, needy, underprivileged, orphan children by giving them shelter having homely environment, so that children do not feel them helpless or orphan. We are giving quality education which is our 1st motto. We are nourishing them, providing cloth and doing medical care when necessary. So, that buds can bloom fully with fragrance for society.
Our sole dream is to give quality education for haves not children through haves children. We are dreaming to establish our own school and our own children's home. In school our children and outsider children also study and income from outsider children will help to run school and earning from outsider children will also help our children to get higher education as they continue. In children's home helpless and very poor orphan children sit for education.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

List of Children's Rights

List of Children's Rights

Summary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The complete text of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, including the Preamble, exceeds 7,400 words. Many online summaries are more than two thousand words long. This brief summary is less than 700 words.It provides a short outline of the 54 Articles.
Despite being the most widely adopted human rights treaty in history, it has encountered opposition from Christian conservatives in the USA. They frequently misrepresent what the Convention says, so it's essential to double check any supposed 'quote' from the CRC by consulting the official document (PDF):
http://www.unhcr.org/refworld/pdfid/3ae6b38f0.pdf
The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights has a
web page version.

List of Children's Rights:

Jump to: PART II (Committee) or PART III (Procedures)
  • Preamble - An overview of the treaty.

    PART I.

  • Article 1: Definition of a child.
  • Article 2: Children must be protected from discrimination.
  • Article 3: The best interests of the child
    (taking into account the rights and duties of parents).
  • Article 4: Legislative measures to implement the treaty.
  • Article 5: The rights of parents.
  • Article 6: The right to life.
  • Article 7: The child's right to birth registration.
  • Article 8: The child's right to a name, nationality and family relations.
  • Article 9: The child's right not be separated from his or her parents against the child's will.
  • Article 10: The child's right to maintain contact with both parents if they separate.
  • Article 11: Measures against the illicit transfer of children abroad.
  • Article 12: The child's right to be heard in any judicial and administrative proceedings.
  • Article 13: The child's right to freedom of expression.
  • Article 14: The child's right to freedom of thought.
  • Article 15: The child's right to freedom of association.
  • Article 16: The child's right to privacy.
  • Article 17: The child's right to information from national and international mass media.
  • Article 18: Parents or legal guardians have the primary responsibility for the child's upbringing.
  • Article 19: State obligations to protect children against maltreatment and abuse.
  • Article 20: State obligations to children temporarily or permanently deprived of their family environment.
  • Article 21: State obligations to children with regard to adoption.
  • Article 22: State obligations to children who are classed as refugees.
  • Article 23: State obligations to children who are mentally or physically disabled.
  • Article 24: State obligations to provide child health care services.
  • Article 25: Children placed in physical or mental health care settings have the right to a periodic review of their circumstances and treatment.
  • Article 26: The child's right to social security insurance and benefits.
  • Article 27: The child's right to a standard of living adequate for the child's physical, mental, spiritual, moral and social development.
  • Article 28: The child's right to education.
  • Article 29: The goals to which a child's education should be directed, and the right of individual adults to establish and direct educational institutions.
  • Article 30: The rights of children belonging to ethnic, religious or linguistic minority groups.
  • Article 31: The child's right to rest, leisure and recreational activities.
  • Article 32: The child's right to be protected from economic exploitation.
  • Article 33: State obligations to protect children from the illicit use of narcotic and psychotropic drugs.
  • Article 34: State obligations to protect children from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse.
  • Article 35: State obligations to prevent the abduction or trafficing of children.
  • Article 36: State obligations to protect children from all other forms of exploitation prejudicial to the child's welfare.
  • Article 37: State obligations to ensure that children are not subjected to torture, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishments, including capital punishment or life imprisonment without the possibility of release.
  • Article 38: State obligations to ensure that children under fifteen years do not take a direct part in wars or other hostilites, and to protect and care for children affected by armed conflict.
  • Article 39: State obligations to promote physical and psychological recovery of child victims of torture, degrading treatment or armed conflict.
  • Article 40: State obligations concerning children who infringe penal laws.
  • Article 41: No part of the Convention shall override provisions contained in State laws which are more conducive to children's rights.

    PART II - Committee on the Rights of the Child

  • Article 42: State obligations to make the provisions of the Convention widely known.
  • Article 43: Description of the role of the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child.
  • Article 44: Reports to the Committee.
  • Article 45: The process by which the Committee evaluates reports.

    PART III - Procedures for ratification, amendments, etc.

  • Article 46: The Convention shall be open for signature by all States.
  • Article 47: The Convention is subject to ratification.
  • Article 48: The Convention can be adopted by accession (same as ratification but not preceded by signature).
  • Article 49: The Convention enters into force on the 30th day after the 20th ratification/accession.
  • Article 50: A State Party may propose an amendment.
  • Article 51: A State Party may file reservations.
  • Article 52: A State Party may denounce the Convention
    (i.e. announce termination of the State's participation).
  • Article 53: The Secretary-General of the United Nations is designated as the depositary of the Convention.
  • Article 54: The original of the present Convention resides with the Secretary-General of the UN.
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