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Deprivation of liberty

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CRC Article = 37(b)
Note:
The right of every child not to be subjected to unlawful or arbitrary deprivation of his or her liberty is recognized in Article 37(b) of the CRC.

See also:
Arrest   Children deprived of their liberty   Detention   Disappearances   Imprisonment   Life imprisonment   Non-custodial measures   

Deprived of liberty

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Deprived of their family environment

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Detained children

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Detention

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CRC Article = 37(b)
Note:
The right of the child not to be subjected to arbitrary or unlawful detention, and the right to the use of detention only as measure of last resort and for the shortest appropriate period of time are recognized in Article 37(b) of the CRC.

See also:
Children deprived of their liberty   Deprivation of liberty   Information on absent parent(s) or child   Non-custodial measures   

Detention of parent(s)

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Determination of criminal charges

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CRC Article = 40(2)(b)(iii)
Note:
The right of the accused child to have the matter determined without delay by a competent, independent and impartial authority or judicial body is recognized in Article 40(2)(b)(iii) of the CRC.

See also:
Access to court   Accused children   Administration of Juvenile Justice   Defence   

Determination of lawfulness of detention

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CRC Article = 37(d)
Note:
Article 37(d) of the CRC accords to every child deprived of his or her liberty the right to challenge the legality of the deprivation of his or her liberty before a court or other competent, independent and impartial authority, and to a prompt decision on any such action.

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Access to court   Children deprived of their liberty   Impartial and independent authority   Independent and impartial authority   Judicial body   Prompt legal assistance   Prompt trial   

Developing countries

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CRC Preamble para. = 13; 23(4); 24(4); 28
Note:
The CRC recognizes the importance of international co-operation for improving the living conditions of children in every country, in particular the developing countries.

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Disabled children and international co-operation   Domestic implementation   Education and international co-operation   Health and international co-operation   Ignorance   Illiteracy   International co-operation   Modern teaching methods   Science and technology   Technical advice and assistance   

Development

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