July 2018 is the deadline for Canada to submit its 5th/6th report on implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Canada. Many recommendations from the last review in 2012 have not been addressed. The CCRC is monitoring progress and proposing further action to implement the previous recommendations before the next report. At the same time CCRC members and supporters are gathering information on the situation of children in Canada to present during the next review.
If you have information and analysis that relates to children’s rights in Canada, the CCRC is interested in hearing from 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, 2017.
Progress in Workplace Rights for Young People: The CCRC has done a Fact sheet and a Working Paper on progress in this issue. It provides an example of how the CCRC plans to pursue other issues in the fall.
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.
To share information you have, or ask questions about CCRC plans for the 2018 Review, send a message to email@example.com.