Group Rights Women and Children

Abstract : 1. Chid Rights 2. Some of the most important rights to children 3. Women's rights 4. Women-specific legislation 5. Women-related legislation 6. Some of the most important rights to women 7. Conclusion. Article: Child Rights : Includes the children's rights adopted in the United Nations convention on the Rights of the Child on... Continue Reading →

CHILD MARRIAGE IN (INDIA) A PROHIBITED CRIME UNDER LAW

★ Let the Child be a Child, Stop Child Marriage. - Anonymous Key Facts in India about Child Marriage- ● One in three of the world’s child brides live in India. Of the country’s 223 million child brides, 102 million were married before turning 15. ● Over half of Indian child brides live in five... 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 →

CHILDREN’S LIFE

ABSTRACT Childhood is the most fun and memorable time in anyone’s life. It’s the first stage of life which we enjoy in whatever way we like. Besides, this is the time that shapes up the future. The parents love and care for their children and the children to the same too. Moreover, it’s the golden... 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 →

The basic concept of Human Rights

A right means a claim or power to do something or, to have (acquire) and own something, that is considered to be necessary for an individual to live with dignity as a human being and a member of mankind. Such claims or powers are known as, ‘Human Rights. Definitions of Human Rights (1) Justice M.H... Continue Reading →

Laws relating to offenders who are minor at the time of the offence

India: Any individual, domiciled in India, who has not achieved the age of 18 years, is alluded to as a minor or a juvenile. Over the most recent couple of years, it is likewise seen that the wrongdoings done by youngsters younger than 15-16 have expanded altogether. The overall propensity or the brain science behind... 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 →

Role of juvenile courts in controlling juvenile delinquency

Introduction A child is a person who is going to carry on what you have started. He is going to sit where you are sitting, and when you are gone, attend to those things you think are important. You may adopt all the policies you please, but how they are carried out depends on him.... Continue Reading →

JUVENILE DELINQUENCY

“If every saint has a past then every criminal has a future”Mahatma Gandhi So in the case of a child offender, special care should be given to his future for it is yet in a budding state and is not beyond repair. No One Is A Criminal From Birth, it is the environment in which... Continue Reading →

PROTECTION OF CHILD FROM SEXUAL OFFENCES ACT, 2012 [ Salient features]

It has to be noted that the act does not use the term rape commonly. This is because it does not restrict the sexual act to just penetration. Section 326 of the act has taken the penetrative sexual assault in a broader aspect. It includes oral sex, penile sex as well as insertion of any... Continue Reading →

Juvenile Delinquency in India

INTRODUCTION Juvenile delinquency is the involvement of minors in criminal activities. A person's behaviour is defined as "delinquent" when he deviates from the normal course of his social life. In other words, a criminal delinquent is someone whose acts are dangerous to society and to himself. Running away from home, using inappropriate or vulgar words,... Continue Reading →

Reason behind the creation of juvenile acts.

People who commit crimes at a very young age are called ‘ Juvenile Delinquents’ particularly under the age of 18 years. The mind of a child is tender and develops with each passing year. There mind does not work like the minds of an average adult. The mistakes often committed by them are not lawful.Child... Continue Reading →

INTERPRETATION OF SEXUAL ASSAULT UNDER POCSO ACT

POCSO an act enacted for the protection of children from sexual offences. This act states various sexual offences and punishments for the same. Children are the future of our country. Hence, every offence committed against them must be looked into legally and shall be held for punishment where necessary. This will help in protecting the... Continue Reading →

CHILD RIGHTS IN INDIA

In India, there are more than 5 lakh kids who are asking in the city. They are being constrained by their folks or by the dealers to bring in cash for them. This business is controlled by guardians just as dealers who push these kids for asking for their own advantages. The Indian National Human... Continue Reading →

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