question – Choose a law, policy or practice on children poverty in UK and undertake a critical evaluation of it from a children’s rights perspective. It is expected that you will draw on a range of relevant writings to support your arguments.
You will be expected to demonstrate: an ability to undertake independent research in human/children’s rights, an understanding of the relevant international and national human rights context; an ability to apply relevant international human rights standards to an aspect of law, policy or professional activity; and a critical awareness of existing law, policy or practice. WELFARE REFORM AND WORK ACT 2016 HAS BEEN CHOSEN!!! introduction and conclusion are NOT NEEDED!!! write about the following two areas: The Right to an Adequate Standard of Living: UNCRC article 27 The Welfare and Work Bill’s introduction of a four-year freeze on certain social security benefits raises concerns regarding children’s access to an adequate standard of living. This measure could exacerbate child poverty and hinder their access to basic necessities such as food, clothing, and shelter, infringing upon their rights.
The Best Interests of the Child: ARTICLE 3 UNCRC The bill’s emphasis on reducing welfare and increasing parental employment may overlook the best interests of the child. Economic and work-related stress on parents may result in negative impacts on children’s well-being, including reduced quality time with parents and limited access to nurturing environments, which are fundamental for their development.