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Child Rights International Network publishes paper on setting minimum ages

A new discussion paper on the criminal age of responsibility has been published by the Child Rights International Network. The paper examines a series of sensitive children’s rights issues using general principles and rights-based criteria, and exposing how minimum ages can be “inconsistent, discriminatory and arbitrary.” The paper raises issues such as the recommended minimum age for joining the army, voting and access to justice.

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