PROTECTING CHILD RIGHTS REGARDING ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS
Cristina Kassai ()
Fiat Iustitia, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 153-159
In the last decades we have seen an immense ascent out in the open mindfulness with respect to the circumstances and effects of human-prompted environmental degradation. Around the world, individuals are encountering the negative effect of water and sustenance deficiencies, soil, air and water contamination or natural disasters. Natural contamination every now and again crosses fringes and is even felt at the worldwide level, as on account of climate change. Each child has the right to experience childhood in a protected environment, to have a solid existence and create positive future prospects. A healthy living is a precondition for kids' physical and emotional well-being. Without it they can't grow up in order to become members of a healthy society. This paper is expected to demonstrate the way towards reinforcing environmental child rights. The first part gives a short overview of the improvement of human rights and environmental security, which kept running in parallel for quite a while. The second part manages the ecological parts of protected child rights and finishes with the proposition to reinforce kid rights in the long haul through the international recognition of a general right to a healthy surrounding. Following the study highlights which responsibility components are significant for guaranteeing that environmental child rights are adequately put into practice. The last part contends that child rights ought to get more acknowledgment in environmental and supportability strategy. The paperwork finishes up with looking ahead to the important strides towards enhanced assurance of environmental child rights.
Keywords: child rights; envirommental human rights; healthy living (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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