- The term “Human Rights” refers to those rights that are considered universal to humanity regardless of citizenship, residency status, ethnicity, gender, or other considerations.
- There are 30 articles of universal declaration of human rights.
- The human rights are fundamental, interdependent, universal, indivisible and unchallengeable.
- Children rights were described by CRC (convention on rights of children) in 1989.
- CRC has 54 articles.
- All children have basic rights including life, health and education without any discrimination.
- All children have right to be protected from harmful practices.