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Crime program 'excessively punitive' OTTAWA The federal united state's tough on crime agenda is"Continuously punitive" For youth and is a step reverse for Canada's child rights record, Says a un group. The UN committee on the rights of the child has finished a 10 year review of how Canada treats its children and how well governments are using the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Get hold of, The committee says Canada's Youth Criminal Justice Act complied with international standards until changes were introduced trapped on video tape. The Harper government's Bill C 10 an omnibus crime bill that includes stiffer penalties for youth and makes it much simpler to try them as adults no longer conforms to the child rights convention or other international standards. Balance C 10"Is excessively punitive for children and not enough restorative in nature, The committee wrote in a report published over the past weekend. "The committee also regrets there was no child rights assessment or mechanism make certain Bill C 10 complied with the provisions of the convention, The committee also repeatedly expressed its concern that aboriginal and black children are radically overrepresented in the criminal justice system. Aboriginal youth have a propensity to be jailed than graduate from high school, The send said. Which you can meet the standards of the UN convention, Ottawa should raise the minimum age of criminal liability and ensure that no one under 18 is ever tried as an adult, The complain of said. Governments should determine why so many aboriginal and black children and youth are involved in the criminal justice system and discover how to reduce the disparity, The report best. The committee also chastised Canada for failing to provide equal social services to aboriginal children specifically in the realm of child welfare, An issue eliminate Canadian courts. "The UN joins the auditor usual, Leading experts and First Nations in calling on government entities to step up to the plate and ensure Michael Kors Jet Set MK Logo Large Rose Tote equity for First Nations children, Said promote Cindy Blackstock of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society. "There is simply no excuse for a military to discriminate against children, The child rights convention is a binding external treaty that Canada ratified in 1991. Signatories are obliged to defend the youngster rights' records and explain progress at regular intervals before a UN committee. Canadian officials appeared prior Michael Kors Jet Set Continental MK Logo Large Black Wallet to an committee two weeks ago. They didn't respond to requests for comment about the final report on Tuesday, Partly because it was unclear who in government is the cause. But previously their home of Commons, Old-fashioned parliamentary secretary Bob Dechert lashed out at the UN committee because one of its members is from Syria. "Syria, A country whose rulers are stealing the innocence of an entire demographic of its children, Is demeaning Canada, He was quoted saying. "That is amazing. "This is no doubt to distract from the atrocities that Syrian children are still facing every day, But critics say Ottawa is wrong to write off the UN committee even if Canada is not among the worst molesters. "You can't sign on to a treaty like the Convention on the Rights of the Child without adhering to the rules that it lays out, Rumoured Jaskiran Dhillon, An agent for Justice for Girls. "It sets a worldwide bar for what treating and taking care of your children and youth looks like. For some that you disregard the most marginalized. Communities of your country,.

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