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SHANTI PUBLISHERS INDIA

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First Edition : 2014

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By the grace of Shri Satya Sai Baba

Chapter-1

Contents

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Human Rights and the Rights of the Girls Child

 

1

1.1 INTRODUCTION

1

1.2 Concept of Human Rights

2

1.3.1

Definition of Girl Child

4

Chapter-2

Intrduction to Human to Rights

 

2.1

Introduction and fundamental rights

 

8

2.2.The U.N. charter

11

Chapter-3

14

Evolution of Human Rights and Rights of

Girls Cchild

Chapter-4

STATUS AND POSITION OF GIRL CHILD IN EARLIER SOCIETY

19

Gender Discrimination in Society

 

19

Chapter-5

International Norms For Protection of the Girl Child

 

5.1 The U.N. charter

 

25

5.2 The Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948.

26

5.3 Convention on the Rights of the Child, 1989

 

32

5.4 World Summit for Children

43

5.5 Beijing declaration

45

5.6.Role of SAARC in the protection of Girl Child

48

5.7 ACTION PLAN of SAARC

50

5.8 Ethnic Factors of Juvenile Delinquency:

53

5.9 Girl Child Labour

57

5.9.1

Definition of a girl child labour

58

5.9.2

Bonded Child Labor

59

5.9.3

Factors responsible for Girl Child Labour:

59

5.9.4

Child Labour in India

62

5.9.5

Elimination of Child Labour

67

5.10

Applicable of international Law

 

67

5.11

The Applicable Laws to prohibit traffic in girl child.

74

Chapter-6

Relevant Constitutional and legal provisions and the protection of the rights of the Girl child in India

6.1 Constitutional Provisions

77

6.2 Preambles mandate

78

6.3 Fundamental Rights

78

6.4 Female Infanticide, the early practice in the law

82

6.5 Causes of female infanticide

85

6.6 Contribution of government to reduce female infanticide.

86

6.7 Effectiveness of different Prevention strategies

87

6.8 Pre-Natal Diagnosis Test

88

6.9 Failure of PNDT Act

91

6.10

Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act 1971 (The MTP rules, 1975)

91

6.11.1 Government commitment and capacity

95

6.11.2 Legislation and enforcement

95

6.12 Right to education of girl child:

96

6.13 Education Rights in India

97

6.14 Right to health of girl child:

98

6.15 Factors behind the Adolescent girls' health

100

6.16 Rights of Juveniles

105

CHAPTER -7

SAARC Poverty elevation programme will help to save girl Child

7.1. Poverty Alleviation

113

7.2. Three-tier Mechanism

114

7.3.Two-tier mechanism

117

7.4.

SAARC Decade on Poverty Alleviation

118

(2006-2015)

7.5.

South Asian Commission on Poverty

120

Alleviation (ISACPA)

7.6.

Step for to stop Girl Childs Trafficking from

124

Srilanka, Bangladesh and Nepal

Appraisal, Conclusion and Suggestions

126