Chaper 4: Human rights education and the Committee on the Rights
Perhaps it is because the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CROC) is about protecting the rights of the next generation that it has become the most ratified human rights treaty in the world. With 193 State Parties, it is clear that the international community shares a deep commitment to the nurturing and development of children.
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