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Training on Child Rights For Deaf Children:

Training of Deaf children on rights was held at Bira-pratappur panchayat office on 13.04.2013 which was attended by deaf children, parents & family-members. Total number of 19 male and 08 female attended. The programme was organized to in-crease awareness and education on child rights. The topics cov-ered in this programme are definition of child, fundamental rights of children, and types of abuse, existing law and its scope to prevent encroachment on child rights. Constitution of India and convention on the Rights Of Persons with Disabilities covers a number of key areas on rights of children such as accessibil-ity, personal mobility, education, health and employment, The Convention has not created any new rights for persons with dis-abilities. They have the same human rights as any other person within the community, but instead make the existing rights inclusive of, and accessible to, persons with disabilities.

The principles of the present Convention shall be (a) respect for inherent dignity, individual autonomy including the free-dom to make one’s own choices, and independence of persons (b) Non-discrimination (c) Full and effective participation and inclusion in society (d) respect for difference and acceptance of persons with disabilities as part of human diversity and hu-manity (e) Equality of opportunity (f) Accessibility (g) Equal-ity between men and women (h) respect for the evolving ca-pacities of children with disabilities and respect for the right of children with disabilities to preserve their identities. At the end of the programme, These rights can not be violated by any individual or organization. However rights of children are being abused by different individuals and organizations but law prohibits either violation or encroachment of rights and enough of remedial measures are available to punish the person who vio-lates or abuses child rights. These rights of children are proper for suitable development, growth of children in the society.