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Towards an EU strategy on the rights of the child. Impact assessment. Commission staff working paper accompanying the communication. SEC (2006) 888 final, 4 July 2006

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Microsoft Word - st12107-ad01.en06 12107/06 ADD 1 HGN/kve 1 DG H2 EN COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION Brussels, 31 July 2006 12107/06 ADD 1 JAI 403 JUSTCIV 180 JEUN 28 INF 145 RELEX 532 COVER NOTE from: Secretary-General of the European Commission, signed by Mr Jordi AYET PUIGARNAU, Director date of receipt: 05.07.2006 to: Mr Javier SOLANA, Secretary-General/High Representative Subject: Towards an EU Strategy on the Rights of the Child Delegations will find attached Commission document SEC(2006) 888. ________________________ Encl.: SEC(2006) 888 EN EN COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES Brussels, 4.7.2006 SEC(2006) 888 COMMISSION STAFF WORKING DOCUMENT Accompanying the COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION Towards an EU Strategy on the Rights of the Child IMPACT ASSESSMENT {COM(2006) 367 final} EN 2 EN TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Procedural issues and consultation of interested parties .............................................. 4 2. Introduction .................................................................................................................. 6 2.1. The Rights of the Child ................................................................................................ 6 2.2. International instruments on Children’s Rights ........................................................... 6 2.3. What is a Children’s Rights policy?............................................................................. 7 3. What issue/problem is the Communication expected to tackle?.................................. 8 3.1.1. Mothers and children. ................................................................................................. 9 3.1.2. From five to twelve : the challenges ......................................................................... 1

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