CHILD ACT TO BE REFERRED TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: POCSO

PROTECTION OF CHILDREN FROM SEXUAL OFFENCES ACT, 2012. INTRODUCTION India has a wide range of laws to protect children and child protection is increasingly accepted as a core component of social development. The challenge is in implementing the laws due to inadequate human resource capacity on the ground and quality prevention and rehabilitation services. As... Continue Reading →

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN: CHILD ABUSE

INTRODUCTION One of the biggest social stigmas attached to society is that of child abuse. A child can be abused physically, sexually, or mentally. It can be in the form of injury, neglect or negligent treatment, blaming, forced sexual stimulation and activity, incest exploitation, and sexual abuse. Child abuse can take place in homes, schools,... Continue Reading →

    CHILD LABOUR IN MINING INDUSTRIES

                             “Human rights apply to all age groups, and children have the same fundamental human rights as adults. However, there are rights that only apply to children due to their unique needs and particular vulnerabilities”. – UNICEF[1] Every human has a duty to protect human rights. The right flows from duties. It is the responsibility... Continue Reading →

Child Labour & Constitutional Provision

Child labour refers to the employment of children in any work that deprives them of their childhood, interferes with their ability to attend regular school, and that is mentally, physically, socially or morally dangerous and harmful. Children engaged in this are deprived of basic experiences such as schooling and are physically and mentally scarred.  The... Continue Reading →

EDUCATION AND CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA

Introduction Child Labour is a modern-day evil that impacts every aspect of society from economy to geography. In a phase, where a child should be studying and gaining skills, we find them working out a ‘chai ki tapri’ or in a hazardous factory.  As per UNICEF, there are 5.6 million boys and 4.5 million girls... Continue Reading →

THE IMPACT OF EDUCATION ON PREVENTING CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA

CHILD LABOUR The term 'child labour', suggests ILO is best defined as work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and that is harmful to physical and mental development. Interferes with their schooling by depriving them of the opportunity to attend school; obliging them to leave school prematurely; or requiring them to attempt... Continue Reading →

India’s Child Marriage

In India, anyone under the age of 18 is considered a minor. According to the Indian Minor Act, a girl who was 18 years old and a boy who was 21 years old were lawfully married. where it was forbidden to marry a minor. Because there has been an increase in the number of child... Continue Reading →

POCSO Act

The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act was passed by parliament in the year 2012. This Act was passed with the intention to protect the children from sexual abuse, sexual harassment and pornography. Nevertheless, Indian Penal Code, 1860 has certain provisions like Rape, Sexual harassment, outraging the modesty of women, etc. however, it... Continue Reading →

Juvenile justice system in India

There has been a notion that juveniles should be treated more leniently because - Young people have a tendency to respond with considerable and lasting frustration, which is often accompanied by aggressive approaches. In recent years, it has also been observed that the number of crimes committed by youngsters has increased dramatically. Early-life experiences, upbringing,... Continue Reading →

CHILD LABOUR

ABSTRACT Child labour is the illegal act of forcing very young children to work. In India, multiple industries force children to work illegally. Among many sectors and industrial area, the agriculture sector attracts more children to engage in agricultural activity to earn their living. Eighty-five percent of children are from Indian rural sectors, which are... Continue Reading →

A Girl is not Born Bride

ABSTRACT Child marriage is a global or world issue. It is fuelled by gender inequality, poverty, social norms and insecurity, and has devastating consequences all over the world. Here, you can discover more about the extent and impacts of child marriage and the progress we have made towards ending it. We have to consider on... Continue Reading →

Role of Juvenile Justice System in India

INTRODUCTION The Latin maxim 'Nil Novi Spectrum', which means "nothing new on this earth," is best suited for India's Juvenile Justice system. Since the beginning of time, there has been an assumption across the world that juveniles should be treated leniently since there is a school of thinking that says– Young people have a tendency... Continue Reading →

LAWS AGAINST CHILD ABUSE

Child abuse and neglect endanger the security and well-being of sure youngsters across the country daily. Effective intervention within the lives of those youngsters and their families may be a shared communal concern, not the distinctive duty of any single organization or skilled cluster.Every year, up to at least one billion youngsters area unit victims of physical,... Continue Reading →

Recognition of Parental Alienation syndrome: Vivek Singh v. Romani Singh

Introduction I have made it a personal quest to discover and learn more about the impact of mental health on the Indian legal system. Talking about mental health and how it affects not only individuals’ actions but by default their actions and therefore, the society at large. Laws are in place for otherwise, there would... Continue Reading →

REPORT ON CHILD BEGGING SYSTEM IN INDIA

  REPORT ON CHILD BEGGING SYSTEM IN INDIA Introduction The children of today are assets of tomorrow. However, education, which is a fundamental right for every child in our nation, remains a distant dream for many Indian children, especially those who are poor, oppressed, and in desperate need. Poverty and a lack of education are... Continue Reading →

RISE IS CHILD LABOR DURING COVID IN INDIA

INTRODUCTION India is fighting a biological war against an unseen foe (coronavirus), which has wreaked havoc on the country's health system. While the magnitude of cases and sudden spike in the second wave have pushed many countries into insurmountable shortages, it does raise concerns about how the pandemic will be handled this time, especially in... Continue Reading →

Child under Domestic Violence Act

Violence against women has been a serious problem in not only India but all around the world. In India married are more likely to experience violence be it physical or sexual by their husbands. Acts of physical violence by the husband against his wife include: pushing her, throwing things at her, slapping her, twisting her... Continue Reading →

CHILD MARRIAGE – VOID OR VOIDABLE

Child marriage means “a marriage to which either of the contracting parties is a child”. Child means “a person who, if a male, has not completed twenty-one years of age, and if a female, has not completed eighteen years of age”. Many a times, in discussions and discourses, terms like ‘early marriages’ or ‘forced marriages’... Continue Reading →

The Law And Childhood

Who can punish whom? What is the crime for which punishment can be inflicted? Whether Parents or Teachers or School managers have any adjudicatory authority to decide circumstances under which a punishment can be inflicted, the quantum, method and timing or punishment?According to law, the adjudactory authorities alone have authority to hear complaints, try the... Continue Reading →

The Law And Childhood

Who can punish whom? What is the crime for which punishment can be inflicted? Whether Parents or Teachers or School managers have any adjudicatory authority to decide circumstances under which a punishment can be inflicted, the quantum, method and timing or punishment?According to law, the adjudactory authorities alone have authority to hear complaints, try the... Continue Reading →

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