What should be in Canada’s report in July? The CCRC is Raising the Bar for Canada’s Report by naming five key themes and expectations for strong action to meet reasonable goals. The five themes are:
Read what Canada was asked to do in previous reviews and what we hope to see in the next report. Share with others to help raise the bar for children’s rights in Canada.
Be Part of the 2018 – 2020 Review of Children’s Rights in Canada: Learn more about the review process, how you can be part of it, and how the CCRC can help you.
Informing Children about their Rights: Canada was asked to use provincial curricula and government websites to ensure that children know their rights. This discussion paper reports on progress and makes suggestions for action now and inclusion in the next review.
Summary of Progress: Check this overview of progress on the recommendations from the 2012 review, as of November, 2016.
2012 Report, Recommendations, and Related Research Reports: Check what the CCRC said in 2012, what Canada’s official report said, and what recommendations Canada received on our Monitoring Page.
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