Children's Rights to be Heard in Judicial Process in India
AbstractThis submission to the UNCRC Committee is primarily addressing the right to be heard in judicial processes. It analyses the space available within the legal system that ensures that children are given the space to be able to express themselves by themselves or through their representatives. Legal representation is a right of all citizens, including children.
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right; language; India; poor; JUVENILE JUSTICE; two social workers; welfare; child population; UNCRC; judicial; legal representation; children; citizen;
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