Europe and Central Asia Child Rights Monitoring Framework
UNICEF Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is the leading international treaty on child's rights, ratified by almost all members of the United Nations. Its provisions are detailed and comprehensive and cover many areas of children's lives, from family and health care to education and leisure, with provisions for particularly vulnerable children.
The Europe and Central Asia Child Rights Monitoring Framework (ECA CRM framework) has its conceptual roots in the UNCRC, striving to promote a holistic and coherent approach to monitoring child rights. The framework covers five child rights domains, which are further broken down to specific sub-domains, each linked to the corresponding provisions of the UNCRC and as relevant, SDGs. In addition, the framework includes child rights landscape and governance issues, linked to UNCRC General Measures of Implementation, as well as several cross-cutting groups or themes of relevance to different domains.
Mapping of available and potential indicators to measure progress of countries in each of these areas is underway, with linkages to Sustainable Development Goals indicators and CRC State Party reporting guidelines.
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