First in a line of annual reports to come, Child Rights Report 2016 provides an account of how well children were in Hungary in that year and to what extent their rights were realized. The report informs about all changes in legislation, statistics, actual realization of children’s rights, about child rights topics that dominated public interest, and also how we, adults, think of children. This first evidence based objective report which considers both positive and negative developments and focuses on values and children’s rights without judgement and recommendations.
What was it like to be a child in Hungary in 2016?
2016 was an exciting year concerning child related issues. There was much to talk about, though rarely on a happy note. What drove us mostly was worry about three main issues: education, child poverty and child abuse. Read the full report here.