CHILD PROTECTION INDEX: Armenia, 2016. Measuring government efforts to protect girls and boys.
The Child Protection Index is a unique tool that measures the progress of a country towards the fulfilment of its child protection obligations under the UNCRC. It analyses the system of child protection through five dimensions of government action: policy, service delivery, capacity, accountability and coordination. Using the Index results, stakeholders can map out progress and existing gaps in the current system to better reform and create targeted interventions.
THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS OF 12 AUGUST 1949, Protocols Additional Measures in favour of women and children, article 76,77
Child Protection - Extract, 2015-16 ARMENIA DEMOGRAPHIC AND HEALTH SURVEY, National Statistical Service (NSS) and the Ministry of Health (MOH), Yerevan, Armenia, 2017
The extract refers to the child protection/discipline section of the survey, where the disciplining methods among parents of children aged 1-14 are being described. The big portion of the methods refer to violent disciplining practices, including physical and psychological violence.
THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF ALL PERSONS FROM ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCE ADOPTED ON 20 DECEMBER 2006, article 25
RA CRIMINAL CODE_LEGISLATION, articles 106, 132, 133, 165,166, 167, 168,169, 170, 171, 173
Convention on the Rights of the Child,General comment No. 13 (2011) The right of the child to freedom from all forms of violence.
Child Violence related legislation - extracts
Family Code of the Republic of Armenia - Legislation, articles 32, 43, 53, 58, 59, 130
EUROPEAN SOCIAL CHARTER(REVISED), article 7 and 17