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Author Barrett, Damon,
Title Article 33 : protection from narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances / by Damon Barrett and Philip E. Veerman ; with a foreword by Dainius Puras.
Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2012.

Author Barrett, Damon,
Series A commentary on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, 1574-8626.
Commentary on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Subject Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989 November 20). Article 33.
Children -- Drug use.
Children -- Substance use.
Children (International law)
Children -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Substance abuse.
Alt Name Veerman, Philip E.
Add Title Protection from narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 92 pages).
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents List of Abbreviations; Author Biographies; Text of Article 33; Foreword by Dr. Dainius Puras; Chapter One Introduction; 1. Drugs and the CRC: A Neglected Issue; 2. Children As Justification in Drug Control; 3. Article 33 in Academic Literature and Drug Policy Discourse; Chapter Two Comparison with Related Human Rights Provisions; 1. Relationship to Other International Instruments; 2. Relationship to Other Articles of the CRC; Chapter Three Scope of Article 33; 1. How the CRC Committee Has Dealt with Article 33; 2. Unpacking the Text; 2.1. 'Shall Take All Appropriate Measures'
2.2. 'Including Legislative, Administrative, Social and Educational Measures'2.3. 'Protect Children from the Illicit Use'; 2.4. 'Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances As Defined in the Relevant International Treaties'; 2.5. 'Prevent the Use of Children in the Ilicit Production and Trafficking of Such Substances'; 3. Commentary on the Text; 3.1. First Substantive Protection: Four Levels of Protection of Children from the Illicit Use of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances; 3.1.a Appropriate Measures to Reduce the Initiation of Drug Use by Children
3.1.b Appropriate Measures to Protect Children Currently Using Drugs3.1.c Appropriate Measures to Protect Children from Drug Use in the Family; 3.1.d Appropriate Measures to Protect Children from Drug Use in the Community; 3.2. Second Substantive Protection: Appropriate Measures to Prevent the Use of Children in the Illicit Production and Trafficking of Such Substances; 3.2.a Appropriate Measures to Prevent the Use of Children in Illicit Production and Trafficking; 3.2.b Appropriate Measures Relating to Children Suspected of or in Fact Involved in Illicit Production and Trafficking
3.2.c Involvement in the Illicit Production and Trafficking of Drugs As a Worst Form of Child Labour3.3. What Are the 'Relevant International Treaties' and Which Drugs Are Captured by Article 33?; 3.3.a International Drug Conventions; 3.3.b WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control; 3.3.c Alcohol; 3.3.d Solvents; 3.3.e The CRC and the Policy Paradigm for Drug Control; 3.4. Interpreting the UN Drug Conventions Alongside the CRC; 3.4.a Crop Eradication; 3.4.b Drug Dependence Treatment; 3.4.c Harm Reduction; 3.4.d Access to Essential Controlled Medicines; Conclusion
Summary This volume constitutes a commentary on Article 33 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
ISBN 9789004216938 (e-book)
9004216936
9789004216938
9781283957793
1283957795
9789004147324 (pbk. alk. paper)
9004147322 (pbk. alk. paper)
OCLC # 961553979
Additional Format Print version: 9789004147324 9004147322 (DLC) 2012000217.


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