|Contributions||African Network on Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect., UNICEF.|
|LC Classifications||HQ789 .C65 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||101 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||93232165|
Child Rights Awareness Creation Organisation (CRACO) is a Non Profit Organisation committed to the protection and promotion of the Rights and welfare of Children and women. Craco was founded in November 15th in University of Ibadan, (Nigeria’s premiere University) Oyo State, by a final year Law student- Mr. Joseph Igwe, in association with some other final year law students who wrote In Nigeria, children’s Rights are protected by law and held sacred, not only does the law protect the child; it also stipulates punishment for adults who take advantage of children or seek to negatively influence them. The law seeks to prevent cruelty against children while stating the rights and obligations of the Nigerian :// The Nigerian child is also a person and as such is protected under Chapter 4 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended). This provides for the fundamental human rights of any Nigeria citizen. These rights are contained in Sections 33 and they include: The Right to life (S) Life is sacred, as none can create The Nigerian blawg Nigeria's 1st Online Legal Education Platform Disclaimer: Posts and comments by the publishers of this blog do not constitute legal advice or
Downloadable! The Nigerian Child’s Rights Act guarantees the provision of ‘special protection measures’ or special needs of disabled children to enhance their enjoyment of rights contained in the Act. However, the Act makes the provision of such special needs or facilities subject to the availability of resources on the part of government or the person who has the duty to provide :// The Child Rights Law is not only in the best interest of the Nigerian child but also all Nigerians. In Kano, one of the states which are yet to enact the Child Rights Law, within 72 hours, the • Fantasy stories • Books with moral lessons. Nigerian children’s books your kids will love 1. Anike Eleko by Alaba Onajin and Sandra Joubeaud. Anike is a little 1 day ago It introduces young readers to complex questions about human rights. The Buried Treasure by Akachi-Adimora Ezeigbo. This book by the NLNG Nigeria Prize for Literature winner and professor is set in the wake of the Nigerian Civil War and tells the story of Ola, whose family has been left poor after the death of her father.
Nigerian Child Rights Act: Lessons from South Africa Mariam A Abdulraheem-Mustapha* Lecturer, Department of Public Law, University of Ilorin, Nigeria Summary Child justice administration is critical in any legal system. This is due to a general recognition of the vulnerability of children The Nigerian Child’s Rights Act1 contains various provisions on the rights of the 1 Cap C50, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, The said enactment shall hereinafter be referred to as “the Act”. How to cite this paper: AjaNwachuku, M. A. (). The Nigerian Child and the on the Rights of the Child. THE GENERAL RIGHTS OF NIGERIANS The general rights of every Nigerian irrespective of religion ethnic groupings, sex and age are contained in sections of the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as amended11, Every person who is a citizen of Nigeria has the right to life 1 day ago Note Prior to the Child Rights Act, Nigerian child protection was defined by the Children and Young People’s Act (CYPA), a law relating primarily to juvenile justice. Nigeria signed on to the International Human Rights convention agreement on the rights of child. It was officially passed into law in by Chief Olusegun Obansanjo as the Children’s Rights Act (CRA).