Discussion paper: A Children’s Rights Approach to Assisted Reproduction.
 Cover Illustration for the 2018 CRIN’s Annual Report:   What Lies Beneath .
 How are children’s rights viewed in courtrooms around the world?   CRC in court: Case Law Database
 ‘There will be no development without equality, no progress without freedom, no peace without justice, no sustainability without Human Rights’ (Navi Pillay, United Nations High Commissioner from 2008 until 2014)
 The rapid advance and use of assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs) has an ever-increasing range of implications for children and their human rights. CRIN’s new discussion paper on the issue offers an initial look at ARTs from a children’s rights perspective. 
  Children’s Rights and the Refugee Crisis
 Utopia for CRIN.
  Music doesn't lie. If there is something to be changed in this world, then it can only happen through music.     Jimi Hendrix
  There is no document of civilization that is not at the same time a document of barbarism.    Walter Benjamin
 Illustration for an article about the use of language and children’s rights ( What Lies Beneath  Report).
  The foreign policy aim of ants can be summed up as follows: restless aggression, territorial conquest, and genocidal annihilation of neighboring colonies whenever possible. If ants had nuclear weapons, they would probably end the world in a week.    Bert Hölldobler , Edward Wilson
 Rights, Not Charity. 
 The legal system must provide children the means to obtain a quick, effective and fair response to protect their rights; the means to prevent and solve disputes; mechanisms to control the abuse of power; and all of this must be available through a transparent, efficient, accountable and affordable process. The importance of access to justice applies equally to children and adults, yet children’s rights in this area have long been neglected and ignored.  Read more on  Access to Justice
 Children in detention - whether in prisons, immigration facilities, for national security or to treat mental health needs or drug use - are incredibly vulnerable. 
   
  
 
  
    
  
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   Pharmaceutical industry and overprescription of drugs: Medicine plays a huge role in securing children's rights. But sometimes the same companies that provide life-saving drugs test drugs on children to improve health care for others, or simply to increase the bottom line. The use of prescription drugs is growing faster among children than any other group, making them the 'new frontier for sales'.  
   
  
 
  
    
  
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  Despite international condemnation, children can be sentenced to death, life imprisonment and corporal punishment in countries around the world. With partners, CRIN is campaigning to end these human rights violations. One key element of the campaign is 'naming and shaming' States that continue to subject children to inhuman sentencing.    
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