The Convention of the Rights of the Child

The Convention of the Rights of the Child defines a child and seeks to protect the child from danger due to the vulnerabilities that arise from their innocence and youth. It desires to respect the wishes of the child and treats the child as an individual worthy of demonstrating autonomy in their lives. It reinforces the need to protect the child from danger in regards to drugs and all forms of psychological, physical or sexual abuse. 

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