Ar cle 21
Governments should protect children from harmful social and cultural prac ces
including child marriage.


Ar cle 22
Children should not be recruited as soldiers, nor should they take a direct part in
fighh ngars.
Ar cle 23
Refugee children should receive suitable protec on and are.
Ar cle 25
Children who are separated from their parents have the right to protec on and
alterna e family care.
Ar cle 26
Your country should address the special needs of children who are exposed to any
forms of discrimina on.
Ar cle 27
Children should be protected from all forms of sexual exploita on and abuse.
Ar cle 28
Children should be protected from drug abuse.
Ar cle 29
Governments should protect children from all forms of abduc on and tafficking
Ar cle 30
Children whose mothers have been arrested or detained have the right to be
protected by the law
Ar cle 31
Children have responsibili es owards their families and sociee es,o respect their
parents, superiors and elders, to preserve and strengthen African cultural values in
their rela on with other membes of their ccommuni es.
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Deals with the establishment of the commitee on the rights and welfare of the
child, mandate and procedure of the commitee and miscellaneous proceedings

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