The rights of Poland’s children: Mitigating poverty, inequality, and social exclusion
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This article examines how the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) matters to Polish children’s poverty, their social exclusion, and lives in an unequal society. It considers what work remains for Poland as a society to realize full implementation of the UNCRC. This article notes that while some pieces appear to be overlooked when pursuing UNCRC implementation, inherent in the UNCRC are limitations to enforcement of young people’s rights. This article concludes by asking if complete implementation of the UNCRC is enough for Poland’s children.
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