KINDERRECHTENMONITOR 2013 PDFJuly 21, 2020
Kinderrechtenmonitor Research project. De Kinderrechtenmonitor laat zien hoe het gaat met kinderen die in Nederland opgroeien. Met deze monitor wordt. 8 See Kinderrechtenmonitor, and Kinderrechtenmonitor, It also publishes an annual activity report It has decided to. dreigen afgewenteld te worden op kinderen, waarschuwde kinderombudsman Marc Dullaert in september bij de presentatie van de Kinderrechtenmonitor
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It is only one of the issues addressed in the Monitor. This time it was possible to compare certain outcomes. The report is divided into six chapters on the following themes: Family situation and alternative care; 2.
Protection against exploitation and violence; 3. Deprivation of liberty and juvenile justice; 4. Adequate standard of living; 5. In general children in the Netherlands are doing well. They belong amongst the happiest in the world and they are healthy.
Concerning child abuse, there has been intensified attention, partly due to the in-depth research of the Deetman and Samson commissions, which showed that many children in the last decennia have become victims of sexual violence in the church, residential care and foster families.
The Taskforce on child abuse and sexual abuse was installed. Children and the internet kindefrechtenmonitor more attention and protection measures against the sexual abuse of children or online bullying have been set up.
In the field of education we see a small decrease in the number of children who are not going to school because of a lack of adequate education. In juvenile justice the tendency towards repression has diminished. The number of children in closed juvenile detention centres has decreased.
Room has been made for developments such as restorative justice victim-offender mediation. These are the areas of child abuse, refugee law, poverty, education and juvenile justice, although different accents should be made. Poverty is an item that is more visible now due to the economic crisis. One out of nine children is growing up in poverty. The expectation is that this group will grow further.
Municipalities appear to have very different policies and that there is a lack of monitoring of actions in place for young people. Continuing waiting lists in the youth protection system kinderrechtenmoniyor the fact that thousands of children are not going to school is worrying.
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Obese is one of the most common welfare diseases. Research shows that Dutch children do not move and sport enough. Still more than Even though more asylum children can stay due to the five years criterion, there are still many things not properly put in place for refugee children.
One concern is that children who live with their parents in a care centre have to move often to new places in very different parts of the country.
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Just when they have adapted to a school and their surroundings. This group needs better protection, more geared towards the best interests of the child.
The transition of the youth care system needs to be done carefully, so municipalities are well equipped to give children what they need. For example, this year we saw kinderrechtenmohitor lack of data on children with a handicap and on missing children.
Furthermore, young people themselves need to be involved in drafting priorities.
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The consultation done for this monitor shows that many of them do not kinderrechtenmoniitor the Convention on the Rights of the Child and its content. We reiterate the need for a child effect report, such as that used in Belgium.
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