2022, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part B
A critical study on children protection in IndiaAuthor(s):
Suresh Kumar and CP SheoranAbstract:
Childhood is a universal experience that cuts through all borders and artificial divisions. Every human being, including children, has some inherent rights given to them by nature. These fundamental rights have been granted to humans since their creation. From the fetus stage, all people have rights. The beginning is the fetus in the mother's womb at that time, and a person is granted a set of fundamental rights. All people are born with these rights. Human rights are necessary for living as humans; they are the fundamental norms without which people cannot exist or progress in dignity. They are innate, unalienable, and universal to the human individual. For every person to reach their full potential, human rights are crucial.Pages: 76-80 | Views: 374 | Downloads: 211Download Full Article: Click Here
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Suresh Kumar, CP Sheoran. A critical study on children protection in India. Int J Law Justice Jurisprudence 2022;2(2):76-80.