The Child Strategy was published in February 2021. It is based on fundamental and human rights treaties, and its vision is a genuinely child- and family-friendly Finland that respects the rights of the child. The first implementation plan for the Child Strategy was published in October 2021.
Child Strategy inclusion campaign: Children and young people, join us in brainstorming to strengthen the rights of children!
The National Child Strategy inclusion campaign starts on 19 November! We invite children and young people to share ideas that are important to them and to highlight ways to strengthen children's and young people's right to information. What do you think should be done to raise awareness of the rights of the child and to have these rights respected in every child’s life? Send your idea to us between 19 November and 19 December 2021 and participate! Read more about the inclusion campaign and participate
How should child impact be considered in law drafting?
Read the blog of Kaisa Tiusanen, Ministerial Adviser at the Ministry of Justice, on child impact assessment. The impacts of laws on children need to be properly identified at the drafting phase. Read the blog about child impact in law drafting
The Government has finalised the implementation plan for the National Child Strategy
The first implementation plan includes a total of 30 new measures to secure the wellbeing of children and young people and to strengthen their rights. Read more about the implementation plan on stm.fi
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child is the most widely ratified human rights treaty in the world. The National Child Strategy will ensure that the obligations of the Convention are met as well as possible in Finland.
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