PRESS RELEASE: China 162nd in global ranking on children’s access to justice
1 Mar 2016 News
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PRESS RELEASE: First global ranking on access to justice for children released
15 Feb 2016 News
Every country in the world has been ranked on how effectively children can use the law to challenge violations of their rights, in what is the first-ever global study on children’s access to justice, conducted by CRIN.
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HOLY SEE: Critic of Vatican refuses to step down from sex abuse commission
8 Feb 2016 News
A prominent and outspoken British member of a papal advisory commission on sexual abuse by the clergy on Saturday refused to step down despite a no-confidence vote, and said only Pope Francis could dismiss him.
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CORPORAL PUNISHMENT: Africa Newsletter #21
1 Feb 2016 News
Read about the recent developments and campaigns in Africa by the Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children.
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SOUTH AFRICA: Human Rights Commission urges ban on corporal punishment
22 Jan 2016 News
A total ban on corporal punishment may be enacted in South Africa after the country’s Human Rights Commission recommended the measure to the cabinet earlier this week.
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EXTREME LANGUAGE: ‘Radicalisation', punitive measures and children’s rights
20 Jan 2016 News
'Radicalisation' has become a fearful term, and measures to prevent it in children are often excessive, even resulting in them being accused of extremism for simply exploring their own ideas. 
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UNITED KINGDOM: Staff fired after claims of mistreatment at G4S-run young offender unit
14 Jan 2016 News
Four staff have been sacked following allegations of mistreatment of children at a young offender institution.
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ARMED CONFLICT: Deprived of school, future of 24 million children in conflict zones under threat
13 Jan 2016 News
[12 January 2016] – Nearly 24 million children living in crisis zones in 22 strife-torn countries are being deprived of a...
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UNITED STATES: Supreme Court rejects Nestle bid to throw out child slavery suit
12 Jan 2016 News
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a bid by Nestle SA and two other companies to throw out a lawsuit seeking to hold them liable for the use of child slaves in Ivory Coast.
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CRIN newsletters: Please re-subscribe to continue receiving CRINmail
8 Jan 2016 News
To make our newsletters more reliable we are about to change the way we send our CRINmails. To continue receiving our children’s rights news and analysis, existing users will need to re-subscribe to CRINmail.  
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CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: UN peacekeepers face new allegations of sexually abusing children
6 Jan 2016 News
UN peacekeepers are facing new allegations of sexual abuse in the Central African Republic involving four young girls, according to the UN spokesman.
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ZAMBIA: UN experts dismayed by presidential pardon of convicted rapist and his appointment as GBV ambassador
23 Dec 2015 News
Two UN human rights experts have urged the Zambian Government to end the impunity of Zambian singer Clifford Dimba, convicted in 2014 for the rape of a 14-year-old girl and later made an ambassador on gender-based violence.
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