Provision Rights, UNCRC

Articles in the United Nations Convention for the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) that state children’s right to get their basic needs fulfilled are categorized as provision or provision rights. These are a set of inalienable rights of a child for their needs such as that of life, nutrition, health, sanitation, identity, family, education, and play, to be fulfilled by their parents, by family, or by institutions that work in their best interest. The states that ratify the UNCRC agree to create systems and processes to facilitate the fulfillment of these rights. United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child monitors the implementation of the UNCRC. Provision rights are alternatively referred to by the United Nations Children’s Fund as survival and development rights ...

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