The chapter explores the legal relationship between the CRC with the Council of Europe Lanzarote Convention and the Council of Europe Istanbul Convention. It will demonstrate that the two legal instruments adopted at regional level reinforce the innovative scope of the CRC, by providing for obligations of prevention, repression and protection States must abide by, and by deepening the protection of minors from violence. The chapter will also reflect on some limitations of the two regional conventions, including the exclusion of provisions that criminalise corporal punishment. After a short analysis of the two conventions, their monitoring mechanisms and of the provisions that regulate the relation with the CRC, the analysis will be divided into three parts following three key articles of the CRC, namely No. 19, 24(3) and 34: violence within the family with specific regard to witnessing violence, prohibition of traditional practices reflecting on female genital mutilation and child marriages, and prohibition of sexual exploitation.
|Titolo:||La CRC e le Convenzioni del Consiglio d'Europa a tutela dell'infanzia e dell'adolescenza|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||3.1 Articolo su libro|