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Seminar on child rights

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BANGALORE: “In the domain of child care and protection and juvenile justice, no word can be the last word,” said S.R. Nayak, Chairperson of the State Human Rights Commission.

Speaking at a State-level seminar on “Protection of child rights in the neo-liberalised era” here on Tuesday, he said that juvenile justice is a field that requires every case or situation to be reviewed and re-assessed on a case-by-case basis.

“The child rights protection system will be an on-going process,” he explained.

Nina Nayak, Chairperson, Karnataka State Commission for Protection of Child Rights, delivered the keynote address.

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