Первый слайд презентации: Human Rights of Child under Article - 21 of Indian Constitution
Name - Hitvasha Parekh Group- 17ll4(a)
Слайд 2: Introduction
Every child is the future custodians of nation. They are future hopes, ambitions, goal, children are the future shoulders’ in the form of great philosophers, rulers, scientists, politicians, able legislators, bureaucrats, teachers, judges, technologists etc. Thus these hopes can’t be achieved without protecting their human rights. They are human resource, precious and valuable but vulnerable. Various laws in india, focusing on a position where children were treated as non-entity and where conscientious efforts have been made to not only make them free from exploitation and abuses but also enable them to develop their full potentiality with fair access to food, health, education and respect.
Слайд 3: Goals
Protect the Children`s right to care and protection if they are adopted or in the foster care. Provide them free services like education Also provide basic human rights.
Слайд 4: Advantage
Equality before law and equal protection of laws are acknowledged as the most essential column of human rights of the universe of freedom that is where ever freedom to assert human rights is recognized, under I ndian constitution. India is the main democracy in the world, a sovereign, socialist, secular democratic and republic with a inclusive charter of rights written into its constitution.
Слайд 5: Disadvantages
It is true that article 21 is worded in negative terms but it is now well settled that article 21 has both negative and affirmative dimension. ‘Positive rights are very well conferred under article 21 of the constitution.
Слайд 6: Rights
The following rights are held to be covered under Article 21: Right to live with human dignity. Right to livelihood. No compulsion to wife to live with her husband whom she hates. Right to shelter. Right to privacy. Right to privacy available to a woman of easy virtues. Right to privacy not an absolute right. Virginity test violates right to privacy under article 21.
Слайд 7: Conclusion
Article 21 of I ndian constitution is a right to economic compensation for denial of the right to life and liberty suffered at the hands of the state. So in this connection I ndian judiciary (especially supreme court) has given several directions to protect the right of children from various types of exploitation and court made directions and suggestions in many instances to protect basic human rights of children. But sorry to say these instructions and suggestion are not followed and applied by the government machinery efficiently.